Mac OSX renaming of Hostname & ComputerName post imaging
Any idea on how to set this up?
FOG Server CA NOT found in keystore
You need to make sure you install and run the fog-client in the root context.
11/06/2019 2:21 PM Service Starting service
11/06/2019 2:21 PM Bus Became bus server
11/06/2019 2:21 PM Bus Emmiting message on channel: Status
11/06/2019 2:21 PM Service Invoking early JIT compilation on needed binaries
11/06/2019 2:21 PM Client-Info Version: 0.11.16
11/06/2019 2:21 PM Client-Info OS: Mac
11/06/2019 2:21 PM Middleware::Authentication Waiting for authentication timeout to pass
11/06/2019 2:21 PM Middleware::Communication Download: http://10.10.25.15/fog/management/other/ssl/srvpublic.crt
11/06/2019 2:21 PM Data::RSA ERROR: Unable to retrieve FOG Server CA
11/06/2019 2:21 PM Data::RSA ERROR: FOG Server CA NOT found in keystore
11/06/2019 2:21 PM Middleware::Authentication ERROR: Could not authenticate
11/06/2019 2:21 PM Middleware::Authentication ERROR: Value cannot be null.
Parameter name: authority
I saw your thread and I have gotten it working and the FogTray icon shows in the beginning boot.
How can I confirm it is fully functional? Is there a submenu if you click on the tray icon?
How can I make these changes to have this work like your setup currently?
Daniel Miller last edited by Daniel Miller
@Sebastian-Roth Took a look at the service modules and the logic for the host renames is there and seems to be functional in the PR.
@Sebastian-Roth If we disabled SIP, what can I do in the mean while?
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@ismith-hpu Though I am not sure if our fog-client can do this on Mac OS X yet I would say this would be an apropriate way. We are working on fixing it for Mac OS X at the moment as there is a big issue with SIP (System Integrity Protection). I will keep you posted here when we have a version ready for testing.