I am using FOG 1.2.0 on Elementary OS 0.2.1, which is built on Ubuntu 12.04 and I have the latest Tom Elliot kernels. I have FOG installed and it is working properly but I am having a problem when I capture and deploy an image FOG is resizing the hard drive. I know it is supposed to do that so that it can compress the image size but when I boot the master computer it has changed the OS Partition capacity size from 284.76GB to 34.65GB and the same thing happens when I boot an imaged computer. I am using two computers that have the same exact hardware. I have not been syspreping but I did run fogprep. I am trying to capture the hard drive as it comes from DELL and it has 3 partitons on it so, I had to capture the master image with Multiple Partition Image - Single Disk (Not Resizeable). Is there something that I am missing?
I was able to resolve the issue I was having by creating a unattend.xml and using diskgenius on the Hiren's BootCD. The diskgenius allowed me to see the empty space on the drive and it allowed the space to become unallocated. Once I did that I uploaded the image and then downloaded it to another computer with the same hardware without any problems.
I followed this guide, http://forums.overclockers.com.au/sh....php?t=1016213, to some degree. Plus I added the option to extend the OS partition and persistalldeviceinstalls.
Hope this helps someone else in the future.
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