The FOG Project team has been working hard on the next release of FOG and would like to get some help testing it out. This release includes a great deal of changes from the previous version and we would like to we would like to address as many issues as possible before release. Please help us out by downloading the latest version with the following command:
svn checkout svn://svn.code.sf.net/p/freeghost/code/trunk .
Then install as normal from the fog-rc directory.
Special thanks to Tom Elliot for all his hard work on this release!
FOG Project will be offline for up to a few hours as we migrate to a new VPS provider on December 28th around 10:00pm CST. This will affect the main site, wiki and forum. Thanks for your understanding.
As many of you may have already noticed, the FOG Project forums have been moved. Check out and register for the new forums at http://fogproject.org/forum (Show Peter some love for his hard work!). We will be shutting down access to the old forums at Source Forge January 1st, 2012, so we strongly encourage you to post your questions to the new forums. Enjoy!
We have released version 0.32 of FOG which includes a few bugs fixes as well as some performance improvements. For the full list of changes, please see our wiki.
There was a minor bug in 0.31 where it doesn't correctly redirect for the schema update. We have taken down the problematic version and we have released a new build. The new version has an MD5 checksum of: af49c16cb5d9a3af3a47fbda37d5db51
You can get the checksum on your downloaded file by running:
If you downloaded and installed the version with the bug, don't panic, you can either reinstall the new build or navigate to the schema updater manually via:
We are proud to release version 0.31 of FOG! It includes a cleaner and faster web UI (thanks Peter Gilchrist) as well as a few bug fixes. Please download it and let us know what you think.
Area III Learning Technology Center Workshop
Building Your Own FOG Server
Instructor: Scott Williams
Date: April 29, 2011
Time: 8:30 – 4:00
So learning FOG may actually help get you a job! Here is a link to a job posting that has knowledge of FOG as a job requirement. OK, it really says FOG or Ghost, but at least we get first listing :)
In case the link expires, here is a screen shot.
We are proud to release version 0.30 of FOG! We would like to thank Aaron Bergz for all his hard work on the release as well. Please download this release and let us know what you think.
We will be giving a brief presentation at IETC in Springfield, IL on Thrusday, November 18th, 2010 at 8:30 am. We will also have some give-a-ways as well, so if you are attending IETC, please come check out our presentation!