SOLVED RC 1.5.0-RC9 Kernel Install issue
When trying to install new kernel from the GUI interface when you click on Install it does nothing. I get no error or conformation that it downloaded the kernel and installed it. I am running Running Version 1.5.0-RC-9 SVN Revision: 6080
Current Kernel is 4.4.0-92-generic and trying to update to
FOG Type: TomElliott
Architecture Type: 64 bit
@tom-elliott Oh Ok… Thanks for the help. Now to just get the PXE working on my local subnet I will be good to go. This is a local network issue.
Thanks for the help.
@zach-bratcher You’re on working branch, this is normal.
Working is not calculated as “latest” version.
Latest is considered one of the RC’s or the latest Stable.
@tom-elliott Thanks that worked. Getting this when I go to the default FOG configuration page.
You are not running the most current version of FOG!
You are currently running version: 63
Latest stable version is 1.4.4
Latest svn version is 6078
Latest git version is 1.5.0-RC-9
So guess the latest version is having that issue.
@tom-elliott Running that now
@tom-elliott root@WacoFogServer:/fog/fogproject# git pull
remote: Counting objects: 30, done.
remote: Compressing objects: 100% (13/13), done.
remote: Total 30 (delta 17), reused 30 (delta 17), pack-reused 0
Unpacking objects: 100% (30/30), done.
c77c654…94cd6d1 working -> origin/working
cd /<path>/<to>/<git repo>/
git checkout working
I solved this thread as I found the issue in the latest working, and was able to fix it and push out a fix for it too.
@zach-bratcher Are you using
@tom-elliott What is the URL to working branch or the process. I have been using the Trunk update process.
@zach-bratcher Again I ask if you can please install working branch to see if this is already taken care of, i believe it is, though confirmation would be great from those that are having the problem.
When I am on this screen and click the Install button is when I get no error or nothing it doesn’t do anything. I even look in /var/www/fog/service/ipxe on the server and do not see any new bzImage files.
@zach-bratcher I’m pretty sure this is fixed in the working branch. Anyway I can ask you to try it out?
No… It was working fine when I was on RC5 and stopped right after the upgrade.
@Zach-Bratcher You connected to the internet through a proxy server by any chance?