Could you please give DRBL live 1.0.5-6 a try?
This release uses linux kernel 2.6.38, and it might support your hardware.
Please let me know the results after you use that.
On 03/31/2011 08:53 AM, Steven Shiau wrote:
> Hi Paul,
> I will try to have one recently to see if the unfs3 issue still exists
> or not.
> For the time being, you can try (in a machine with RAM >= 1 GB):
> 1. Boot drbl-live-xfce-1.0.2-46
> 2. Configure the network to connect to internet
> 3. In the command line prompt, run:
> sudo apt-get update
> sudo apt-get install drbl clonezilla partclone
> sudo /opt/drbl/sbin/drbl-ocs-live-prep -i
> Ref: http://clonezilla.org/use_clonezilla_live_in_drbl.php
> Then you can use it as normal case, i.e. double clicks on the Clonezilla
> SE icon to start it.
> If you encounter any problem, please let me know.
> On 2011/3/30 上午 01:29, Paul Warren wrote:
>> Thanks for the reply. What I've found is that the stable version of DRBL
>> Live will not detect the network card on a Dell Optiplex 380. The testing
>> version of DRBL Live does find the 380's network card. When I PXE boot the
>> Optiplex 380 from a stable version of DRBL Live, the network card is not
>> detected. It is detected when I PXE boot the 380 from a testing version.
>> When I PXE boot an Optiplex 360 from a stable version of DRBL Live, it's
>> network card is detected. But when I PXE boot the 360 from a testing
>> version, the card is not detected. Do you know if there will soon be a
>> version (stable or testing) with a client that will support both the
>> Optiplex 360 and 380?
>> - Paul
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Steven Shiau [mailto:steven@...]
>> Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2011 9:08 AM
>> To: clonezilla-server-edition@...
>> Subject: Re: [Clonezilla-server-edition] Clonezilla SE (DRBL Live)
>> This are still some issues about testing DRBL live, especially the unfs3
>> Please give stable DRBL a try.
>> On 03/26/2011 12:14 AM, Paul Warren wrote:
>>> I have been using Clonezilla Live for some time and I would now like
>>> to try using Clonezilla SE. I dowloaded the latest DRBL Live ISO
>>> (drbl-live-xfce-1.0.2-46-i686.iso) and used tuxboot to put this on a
>>> USB flash drive. I have used this flash drive to boot a spare PC.
>>> Once the GUI comes up, I click on the Clonzilla Server icon to get
>>> things going. I choose 'dhcp' to configure the network card. Since
>>> there is only one network card, I choose 'Y' to the question "Do you
>>> want to lease IP addresses to PXE/Etherboot clients only". The file
>>> that I want to send to the clients is on a Windows file server, so I
>>> select the option to connect to a samba server and provide all of the
>>> needed config. I next choose to set the mode for "All" clients. I
>>> then go through setting up the Clonezilla mode options and choose the
>> image to restore. I select "multicast restore"
>>> and "clients-to-wait" with 1 client. I eventually end up at a message
>>> that says "DO NOT CLOSE THIS WINDOW UNTIL CLIENTS FINISH THE CLONE!"
>>> at which time I boot the PC via the network controller. The PC gets
>>> an IP address (verified via 'cat /var/lib/dhcp/dhcpd.leases' on the
>>> DRBL Live server) and begins booting the DRBL client. After the main
>>> splash screen some lines of text scroll by and then things seem to
>>> stop. I've waited several minutes to see if anything will happen, but
>>> nothing seems to be going on. When I press 'Enter' on the client PC I
>>> get a command prompt ('#') with a few commands available. Am I
>>> supposed to run a command here to start the process? Have I done
>>> something wrong? Both the DRBL server and the PC client are connected
>>> to the same switch, so I hope that eliminates any potential multicast
>> issues for my test. Where should I begin troubleshooting?
>>> - Paul
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