It looks like the version of Ubuntu you are using is missing required packages - MySQL and Apache. These are almost certainly installed as standard as part of the server version.
If I was you I'd start again with Ubuntu Server.
Don't worry about being a server edition, it doesn't mean it will take over your DHCP, DNS, LDAP or whatever else you have your Windows servers doing. All it means is that it includes various server technologies that you can use IF YOU WANT TO.
Two of these technologies will be a Web Server - Apache and a Database Server - MySQL - that are required by FOG.
Or at least that's what your screenshot is suggesting to me.
You should be able to install on Ubuntu Desktop, in fact the FOG install guide uses the desktop edition.
Can't exactly remember but perhaps this is downloaded and installed during the FOG install? As you have no internet connection perhaps it failed?
Will only move when we absolutely have to as I read far too many threads about how bad SCCM is with bare metal installs and unknown clients that it's not exactly selling itself to me at the moment
Had it on test twice and both times SMS felt more intuitive and quicker to get working :p
I Apologise for the last post, It's friday afternoon and I'm going away for the weekend and my mind being elsewhere didn't realise the page two.
:confused: I'm sure I just read a question about password behaviour on the pxe boot menu? Now its gone.
Anyway to answer the question a quote from FOG forum:
This is intentional, we disabled any feature on the boot menu that could be destructive to the client computer. You must regenerate the pxe menu via -> other information -> pxe boot menu in order to get into those options.