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apshoupe

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  1. 2 years ago
    Tue Aug 30 17:45:08 2016

    Best practice is to change kernel in settings and on image correct?

  2. Tue Aug 30 17:43:19 2016

    It gets to the username/pw portion and then the keyboard becomes unresponsive. Should i revert back to 4.5 kernel?

  3. Tue Aug 30 17:37:10 2016

    Give me a few minutes to manually add the CPU to CD and create a task.

  4. Tue Aug 30 17:35:06 2016

    SO by web task you mean add CPU to CD and create an deploy task?

  5. Tue Aug 30 17:33:34 2016

    Same result...

    parse error: Invalid numeric literal at line 1, column 5

  6. Tue Aug 30 17:10:47 2016

    OKay let me try that also... Tried the 4.7x64 without the pci=noacpi with no luck.

  7. Tue Aug 30 17:01:20 2016

    Will try right now and report back.

  8. Tue Aug 30 16:48:15 2016

    Had similar problem with dell precision 3510...

    To Upload Image:

    Go into Bios
    Disable Secure boot [if enabled]
    Enable Legacy Options
    Change boot mode from UEFI to Legacy
    Upload the Image
    To Deploy:

    Go into Bios
    Disable Secure boot [if enabled]
    Enable Legacy Options
    Change boot mode from UEFI to Legacy
    Deploy the Image
    However, Keep in mind, once you deploy the image or upload it, you need to change the Boot mode from Legacy back to UEFI or you will get a NO BOOT DEVICE AVAILABLE.

    Dell Precision 3510
    Using Kernel 4.4.3
    Windows 10 Pro
    1tb SSD

  9. Tue Aug 30 16:21:19 2016

    Hello,

    I am having multiple issues with one laptop in particular. A Dell Latitude 3350.

    1. I ran a diag. report and for the network portion I get:
    "Network card may not be compatible. A kernel update may be required."

    I am running pxelinux and the newest 4.5 kernel with version 1.1.0 of CD.

    2. It says it could not contact web service, but i'm able to image other model CPUs and laptops just fine; when I run the ...client.asmx/test it works.

    3. I can get to the on demand portion fine. I get all the way up to the login screen. No matter what I try it tells me:

    "parse error: Invalid numeric literal at line 1, column 5."

    I read one of the previous articles and it said possibly two versions installed. To eliminate this possibility, I uninstalled all traces of CD and reinstalled version 1.1.0.

    I am stuck here and am wondering what possible options i have to fix this situation.

    I do not see any logs being generated either after the login attempts fail.

    Thanks for any and all help.

  10. Mon May 23 15:22:00 2016

    Okay, I have figured out a work around / solution / [the only way...] to get this to work is to:

    To Upload Image:

    1. Go into Bios
    2. Disable Secure boot [if enabled]
    3. Enable Legacy Options
    4. Change boot mode from UEFI to Legacy
    5. Upload the Image

    To Deploy:

    1. Go into Bios
    2. Disable Secure boot [if enabled]
    3. Enable Legacy Options
    4. Change boot mode from UEFI to Legacy
    5. Deploy the Image

    However, Keep in mind, once you deploy the image or upload it, you need to change the Boot mode from Legacy back to UEFI or you will get a NO BOOT DEVICE AVAILABLE.

    Dell Precision 3510
    Using Kernel 4.4.3
    Windows 10 Pro
    1tb SSD

    Hope this helps someone.

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