Updating Kernel Error
I attempted to capture a machine and have been getting errors on a few so I thought I needed to update the kernel since I recently SVN up’ped.
But I am getting an error and can’t find the answer to fix it anywhere.
Here is the error…help is greatly appreciated, as always.
Type: 2, File: /var/www/html/fog/lib/fog/fogftp.class.php, Line: 708, Message: ftp_put(): Could not create file., Host: 192.168.0.49, Username: fog
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@Tom-Elliott and it seems that the 1.3.5 is still loaded. Won’t take the 1.4 RC.
@Tom-Elliott not sure how to view the log. Sorry
@ftgjason When there’s a white page, there’s almost always a dignifying error.
@Tom-Elliott So…I installed the latest RC and even restarted after install, but nothing is working at all. Only a white screen is showing when browsing to the gui.
Went back and installed fog again over the top and seems to be back up now.
I will let you know if the kernel update works.
@ftgjason Not that I expect it to fix the issue, but would you mind installing the latest RC?
I’m pushing up RC-11 as we speak so while it doesn’t show on the announcements/releases it is available for you to test.
What version of FOG are you running?
Can you provide a screen shot of the actual error?
@Tom-Elliott immediately before the red boxed error I get "Download Completed! Moving file to TFTP server…"
Is there a permission error with fog username trying to create the file? Not sure why or what has happened to it.
@Tom-Elliott I am running Fedora 22. Typed the Redhat based code in…no change on the kernel update.
Please make sure permissions are set correctly for your kernel directory:
sudo chown -R fog:apache /var/www/fog/service/ipxe/
sudo chown -R fog:www-data /var/www/fog/service/ipxe/