I am setting up a Fog server to PXE boot some new machines, In the past I have sysprepped machines, taken an image using snapshot and then using a Bart/UBCD started up a PEbuild and downloaded the .sna image to the machine, this was super fast and rarely went wrong.
I now have machines with no CD drive so am going the pxe boot way...
I have seen there are some issues with Ubuntu 10.04 and Fog 0.28 but these can be worked around....
But I haven't seen if there are issues with using .sna files as images...
am I barking up the wrong tree or will this work ok?
i used TurnKey Core | TurnKey Linux Virtual Appliance Library for a fast install of ubuntu 8.04 and installed fog
by using the core install of Turnkey Linux I keep the foot print of the server OS small for lots of images.
works a treat.
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