Error ipxe 1d0c6539 when trying to image



  • Server
    • FOG Version: 1.3.0
    • OS: Debian 8
    Description

    Hi Fog community,

    I need your help for a problem that i encounter when trying to image the latest DELL Latitude 5480. I’ve created an image on fog web gui, quick imaged the host with booting on PXE, but then i create my upload task and i boot on PXE my laptop, i get an error " Could not boot: Input/Output error (http://ipxe.org/1d0c6539)"

    I tried to follow the link above, cloned the last ipxe git version with the cmds:

     git clone git://git.ipxe.org/ipxe.git
     cd ipxe/src
     make
     make bin/undionly.kpxe
    

    And i’ve updated to the last kernel (x86_64) too, but it still doesn’t work.
    On my DHCP server, the option 67 is defined on undionly.kpxe

    Thank you for your precious help…
    ARnaud

    EDIT: i’m actually trying to update my fogserver to the last version 1.4.4
    I tried to pull from git version, then i get a blank page … :
    http://fogserver/fog/management/?node=schema



  • @george1421
    Hi George,
    Thanks for your reply.
    I had no infos in the apache logs, so i think you right there was a redirection.
    So, i just uninstalled manually fog (mv /var/www/fog to fog.bak & /opt/fog to opt.bak), uninstall mysql with apt-get purge mysql-* and reinstall completly fog from the git dir.
    Now it works.
    Arnaud


  • Moderator

    @arnaudrigole said in Error ipxe 1d0c6539 when trying to image:

    EDIT: i’m actually trying to update my fogserver to the last version 1.4.4
    I tried to pull from git version, then i get a blank page … :

    Sorry for the delay, I did not see this until now for some reason. Lets focus on the issue above since that will be my recommendation anyway since you are running 1.3.0

    Do you have any web site redirection enabled. For example you go to http://<fog_server_ip> and it redirects you to http://<fog_server_ip/fog/management? If you do disable it.

    If you don’t and you still get a blank screen inspect your apache error_log or error.log file. The tail of that file may give you an idea why php isn’t happy.


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