Solved ...boot.php... Permission denied
@Malte-Will I don’t know of a way off the top of my head to confirm the certificate identity in ipxe vs what the web server has. I wonder for grins if you edit /tftpboot/default.ipxe and for a test remove the s from https and then save it. Then pxe boot. I’m interested if you get the same permission denied message.
@george1421 I first tried to set the SSLCertificateChainFile in the apache site config to the original cert and then back to the one we use, after restarting apache I now get the following error code while booting with pxe: 0x432fe698
I think my system is cursed.
I first tried to set the SSLCertificateChainFile in the apache site config …
Good you mention this. Take a look at my comment here: https://github.com/FOGProject/fogproject/pull/354#discussion_r359494768 - seems like we still have this issue in the code. While I am not sure if this is causing the iPXE issue it definitely should be changed! Please try
If not then we need to start taking a closer look at the certificates you are actually using.
After the weekend, our FOG-Server is not working properly anymore.
I am still wondering why it worked before? What changed? Did you do Linux system updates? Changed a config? Re-ran the FOG installer?
@Malte-Will When doing some testing myself yesterday I figured what’s wrong with this. Should have done this earlier but there was so much else on the list.
Take a look at this change: https://github.com/FOGProject/fogproject/commit/e424b0417fc56dba2d7ba34665817e0f7b0f857c
For some yet unknown reason the build parameters need to be in different order to make this work. I find it very strange because we had a similar thing with the build parameter (ref) and I am fairly sure I did test this when pushing the change in Jun 2019. My assumption is a change in the make files were causing this again. Hope this is fixed now and shouldn’t come back.
I have just upgraded my fog server to 1.5.9-RC1.4 not sure if this issue is still present. I am receiving the following error message when trying to pxe boot.
@jasonm Please try this:
sudo -i touch /opt/fog/snapins/ssl/CA/.fogCA.pem cd /path/to/fogproject/bin ./installfog.sh
Please let us know if the issue can be solved this way. I will need to fix that in the installer.
@Sebastian-Roth excellent, thanks!
Mod note: Moved topics to new above thread -Geo