PXE Boot SystemRescueCD MD5SUM incorrect error
Maybe somebody has an idea.
I followed the instructions from the wiki to add the SystemRescueCD as an image to my fog server (latest RC, based on CentOS7). It starts up fine, but right after selecting the keyboard layout I get the following error:
Filesystem image sysrcd.dat is corrupt: md5sum incorrect
I redownloaded several times, checked the md5sum in windows and on CentOS7, recalculated the checksum and wrote it to sysrcd.md5 … anybody have a hint what else I could check?
Ah well … turns out i’m just simply blind
I changed the path in the commands to my local folder structure but missed one spot … since it booted pretty far I thought everything must be written correctly, turns out: No.
Thanks for the help.
Thanks for your time.
I followed these instructions: https://wiki.fogproject.org/wiki/index.php?title=Include_any_ISO_in_the_FOG_Bootmenu#System_Rescue_CD
Only difference that I can see: I dont have the files in the folder /srcd but in the folder /iso and adapted the commands accordingly … I’ll try changing that and see what happens.
@Taspharel Which instructions did you follow?? The wiki is a bit messy and we have information about system rescue CD https://wiki.fogproject.org/wiki/index.php?title=Include_any_ISO_in_the_FOG_Bootmenu#System_Rescue_CD and https://wiki.fogproject.org/wiki/index.php?title=Include_SystemRescueCD Though the descriptions are pretty similar. I’ve just tried and it works perfectly. If you are trying to boot it the memdisk iso way (not extracting) then possibly this could be the error. Not sure though.