Maybe the USB cable is bad
I have a new ASUS Zenbook UX306UA and a new Tripp-lite USB 3.1 Gen 1 USB-C to DVI Adapter with Gigabit Ethernet USB-A Hub Port.
I can PXE boot without an issue but when I try to register the host I keep getting usb2-usb3: cannot disable (err = -32). Any ideas?
I purchased a Dell USB 3.0 to Ethernet adapter with PXE boot. It worked perfectly!
@Quazz I just tried both arguments on a surface pro 4. As long as you put
separated by a space like you said, it works with no errors.
@JGeear What if you use both arguments together? (seperate them with a space)
This worked as well and still displayed the messages.
Similar problem noted here:
Try usbcore.old_scheme_first=1 as kernel argument
I’d try boot the laptop normally with the adapter connected to your laptop, open up cmd > type ‘getmac’ and get the mac for the usb hub.
Once you’ve got the mac, open up the fog server, create a new host and give it the mac address of the USB hub and also add ‘has_usb_nic=1’ to the kernel arguments.
From there, you want to give it the capture/deploy tasks and with any luck you’ll see a similar kind of issue but it telling you to remove the hub, reconnect and hit enter before continuing on with the process - maybe go through a dumb switch to ensure it gets network connectivity almost instantly once it’s plugged in again.