Remote System Error - Connection Timed Out
This is my first attempt at Linux for about five years and i could use all the help i can get.
So I installed Ubuntu Server 12.04 and FOG 0.32 and both went in successfully. PXE is working great as i was about to pull an inventory of a machine and from a debug mode i was able to ping back and forth between the fog server and the image computer.
The issue arises when trying to upload an image to the fog server. Here is the error message I receive
[QUOTE]Mounting File System…mount: RPC: Remote system error - Connection timed out
mount: mounting 192.168.0.212:/images/dev/ on /images failed: bad file descriptor
It goes on to say:
[QUOTE]Fatal Error: Failed to mount NFS Volume[/QUOTE]
I think the issue is that I am unable to mount to the nfs for unknown reasons.
Any tips or pointers would be greatly appreciated.
Jimmy, create a new thread and include your Linux distro and version, FOG version, and error messages you are seeing.
Even though this is an old post, I have to ask… did you find a solution as I’m having the same problems right now…