• [code]/var/www/<FOGWEBDIR>/service/ipxe[/code]


  • I have looked till my eyes are crossed and i am sure someone is going to point it out right off and i’ll want to facepalm… where does .33b store the kernels so i can add a couple we use on legacy machines? Sorry in advance if more than 1 braincell is required for my answer.

    and if it is tftpboot folder which one is the base kernel? and did the format for the kernel change? will i still be able to use the kernels from .32 on .33b?


  • r1500 released.

    Fixes printer add so they actually get associated. Fixs group add/remove to work.


  • r1483 released.

    This should, hopefully, add the shell to the fog user being created. It also add’s a check for the /var/www/html directory in Ubuntu. If it exists, it will link the /var/www/fog to /var/www/html/fog. Hopefully to give a more hands-off approach to installing, and bring in some support for Ubuntu 14.04.

    Thank you,

  • Developer

    As of release 1483 these steps are no longer required.

    [S]Ubuntu 14.04 error with ftp confirmed.[/S]

    [S][CODE]* Image uploaded[/S]
    [S]* Task complete![/S]
    [S] * FOGFTP: Login failed. Host: 192.168.x.y, Username: fog, Password: 2352489ccf2681c243c44dc8e2b3e852, Error: ftp_login(): Login incorrect.[/S]
    [S] * FOGFTP: Login failed. Host: 192.168.x.y, Username: fog, Password: 2352489ccf2681c243c44dc8e2b3e852, Error: ftp_login(): Login incorrect.[/S]
    [S][…][/S]
    [S][/CODE][/S]

    [S]The fix is to edit the /etc/passwd file[/S]
    [S][code][/S]
    [S]sudo gedit /etc/passwd[/S]
    [S][/code][/S]

    [S]Edit the bottom line to look like the following[/S]
    [S][code][/S]
    [S]fog❌1001:1001::/home/fog:/bin/bash[/S]
    [S][/code][/S]

    [S]Save and reboot, all should be well.[/S]


  • r1481 released.

    With this comes a few changes/tweaks to make things that little bit more user friendly.

    The ipxe boot menu now has a gap between where it tells you it’s registered or not and the actual menu items.

    The ! at the end of the registered host is now removed.

    Host/Group Management pages have changed title’s of Deploy/Upload to Download/Upload. Deploy, in my eyes, means to Send the tasking, where Download/Upload/etc… are the actual jobs they’re performing (e.g. Uploading from client to server, Downloading from server to client.)

    blame.php now longer tries to reference the Functions class as it doesn’t exist anyway.

    Fog Client link should work properly now.

    Should allow for Hooks to be unregistered now if needed. (haven’t tested and don’t know anything about it.)

    Hopefully you all enjoy, thanks.


  • r1480 released.

    Adds an option to the pxe menu in fog configuration to change the Type from exit or sanboot.


  • I managed to create a Windows 8 image, but the second computer loads PartClone, but only displays the first 2 lines on it, then hangs (for quite some time now…). No loading bar, no nothing. last line is: Starting to restore image (-) to device (/dev/sda1)
    I switched to PartImage and I only get a (very) blue screen with “Please wait…”. Nothing happens.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated as I’ve already lost 10 hours of today trying to do this (fog 0.32 and now fog 0.33).

  • Developer

    [quote=“Mr.Myagy, post: 25935, member: 23824”]Ubuntu as recommended, 14.04 as the latest :D[/quote]

    Actually, 14.04 isn’t supported as of yet, it was only released 6 days ago, I am working to try to find the pieces the need to be doctored to work with FOG, but my solid recommendation is Ubuntu 10.04-13.10


  • [quote=“Jaymes Driver, post: 25933, member: 3582”]Glad you got it fixed, which OS are you running FOG on?

    I have noticed this issue on Ubuntu 14.04 but haven’t the time to troubleshoot it yet.[/quote]

    Ubuntu as recommended, 14.04 as the latest 😄

  • Developer

    [quote=“Mr.Myagy, post: 25932, member: 23824”]Coming back with the solution, I realised I couldn’t login via telnet localhost 21, using the correct password. After some digging and some pure luck, I found that /etc/passwd didn’t have any login shell for user fog. I added the shell and everything started working :)[/quote]

    Glad you got it fixed, which OS are you running FOG on?

    I have noticed this issue on Ubuntu 14.04 but haven’t the time to troubleshoot it yet.


  • [quote=“Wolfbane8653, post: 25920, member: 3362”]Check your [FONT=Ubuntu][COLOR=#555555]FOG_TFTP_FTP_USERNAME[/COLOR][/FONT] and [FONT=Ubuntu][COLOR=#555555]FOG_TFTP_FTP_PASSWORD[/COLOR][/FONT]. Make sure these are correct.[/quote]

    Coming back with the solution, I realised I couldn’t login via telnet localhost 21, using the correct password. After some digging and some pure luck, I found that /etc/passwd didn’t have any login shell for user fog. I added the shell and everything started working 🙂

  • Developer

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  • Developer

    Check your [FONT=Ubuntu][COLOR=#555555]FOG_TFTP_FTP_USERNAME[/COLOR][/FONT] and [FONT=Ubuntu][COLOR=#555555]FOG_TFTP_FTP_PASSWORD[/COLOR][/FONT]. Make sure these are correct.


  • Just finished uploading an image, and now I get:

    [CODE]* Image uploaded

    • Task complete!
      * FOGFTP: Login failed. Host: 192.168.x.y, Username: fog, Password: 2352489ccf2681c243c44dc8e2b3e852, Error: ftp_login(): Login incorrect.
      * FOGFTP: Login failed. Host: 192.168.x.y, Username: fog, Password: 2352489ccf2681c243c44dc8e2b3e852, Error: ftp_login(): Login incorrect.
      […]
      [/CODE]

    P.S.: I haven’t changed the default password after install. The only steps I performed were: register host, create image, assign image to host, upload image. And now I get the above. Any help?
    Please?


  • A little bit of help here, please?

    installed latest FOG from svn onto ubuntu 14.04.
    When trying to network boot from a client, it either works correctly, or says something like:

    [CODE]Configuring (net0 00:00:DE:AD:BE:EF)… ok
    /default.ipxe… Connection timed out (some ipxe url…)[/CODE]

    How can I make it so it boots every time?


  • /var/www/fog/lib/fog/BootMenu.php
    Lines: 107, 221, and 340


  • [quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 25895, member: 7271”]Bill,

    Sanboot is not as you’re thinking it is. On most systems, that particular sequence of lines works great. That line really just tells the system to boot from the hard-drive.

    However, there are some known issues where sanboot doesn’t like to operate properly. Most notably with HP and Dell’s. For that, you have to change the sanboot lines to simply say exit and all should work.[/quote]

    The laptop in question is an IBM Thinkpad (well, Lenovo).

    Where do I modify the sanboot line? I see that the default.ipxe file specifies: [url]http://192.168.254.9/fog/service/ipxe/boot.php[/url]

    But that php file creates the boot menu on the fly from a db query based on the host’s MAC address(es).


  • wait. ignore the 64bit vs 32bit coment. 🙂


  • Bill,

    Sanboot is not as you’re thinking it is. On most systems, that particular sequence of lines works great. That line really just tells the system to boot from the hard-drive.

    However, there are some known issues where sanboot doesn’t like to operate properly. Most notably with HP and Dell’s. For that, you have to change the sanboot lines to simply say exit and all should work.

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