Getting FOG ProjectThe latest release of FOG Project is 1.5.8, released February 20th 2020. At this time, a FOG server installation is only supported on a computer running Linux. We recommend using a Long Term Support distribution meant for servers, such as CentOS or Debian, though you can use a variety of other distributions. We also recommend installing FOG Project inside a virtual machine, to aide in easy backups and upgrades.
DownloadingYou can download a pre-packaged tarball or ZIP archive of the latest release of FOG Project, v1.5.8: TAR.GZ or ZIP. Please verify that your download matches one of the following checksums:
md5: d34fe6bf36bc173f883b3d1a6df6aef2 fogproject-1.5.8.tar.gzsha1: 340c226c61cbba6cd1590905b248bad52b1997cd fogproject-1.5.8.tar.gzmd5: a8a2d5ea330e7f5378a7c445a229c3b1 fogproject-1.5.8.zipsha1: a2330389b181c4136701da1cace6944beefcb803 fogproject-1.5.8.zip
InstallingTo install FOG Project, an internet connection is required. During installation, it will download other binaries and install any needed dependencies. More detailed guides can be found in the wiki, however, installation is as simple as extracting the tarball and running the install script:
sudo -itar -xzvf fogproject-1.5.8.tar.gzcd fogproject-1.5.8/bin./installfog.sh