FOG for Linux doesn't use any boot disks, or CDs everything is done via TFTP and PXE. Also with fog many drivers are built into the kernel, so you don't really need to worry about drivers (unless there isn't a Linux kernel driver for it). FOG for Linux also supports putting an image that came from a computer with a 80GB partition onto a machine with a 40GB hard drive as long as the data is less than 40GB. FOG for Linux is a Linux based, free and open source computer imaging solution for Windows XP, Vista, and 7 that ties together a few open-source tools with a php based web interface. FOG for Linux also includes a graphical Windows service that is used to change the hostname of the PC, restart the computer if a task is created for it, and auto import hosts into the FOG database. The service also installs printers, and does simple snap-ins.