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    FOG - Updating kernel

    How do I update the kernel the website wiki states I go to the kernel update section and choose a new kernel to download however when I go there nothing is available as shown here: fog.jpg

    I think this is because we're behind a proxy server is there anyway to make FOG use the proxy first?

    Any way around this I'm trying to image a scsi based server (DELL 1850) which ghost happily imaged but FOG won't it states that the disk is incompatible?



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    Just bypass the GUI. Download the kernel image manually.

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    Just done that (thanks Geoff) but the problem still arises the adapter in question is a LSI Logic PCI-X Ultra 320 SCSI card thought it might just be the system but I have the same problem with all of them (DELL 1850s) However I can run ubuntu and it finds the Hard Drive without issue?

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    tried the 'kitchen sink' kernel image?

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    Yeah and several of the older versions which helped sort out a problem with the PowerEdge R200 server having a similar issue. How would I go about injecting the correct drivers into the bzImage kernel?


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    there's a guide to creating a custom kernel here Building a Custom Kernel - FOGProject Wiki

    I've never got round to trying it myself, but doesn't look too daunting

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