Quick Host Registration Error

  • Hello Community!

    I have a fog server, i never had problems with deploying image on computer, but now i recive a new computer Fujitsu P920 and i can’t register in host, i was making kernel update from official site but still have this error, you have attach.

    If some1 can tell me about this please! How i resolve it, what is the cause?

    PS: i will have this problem allways for new hardware and computers?


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  • It’s actually way more useful than just the last stated command.

    !! (bang bang) as is often used in my tech world, basically in *nix systems means to redo the last command.

    So lets say you type:

    [code]mv /tftpboot/fog/kernel/bzImage /tftpboot/fog/kernel/bzImage.ORIG[/code]

    And get the last command permission denied, you are literally just telling it with:

    [code]sudo !![/code]

    Repeat the last command typed but prepend sudo to that command.

    If you type the command:

    You be presented with a screen similar to this:
    [code]1000 exit
    1001 history[/code]
    The Number columns are the number of commands stored, and the iteration of that command you’re on. In this case, the 1000 command I typed was exit, and 1001 was history.

    If let’s say the mv command from above was 200 on the list, and I typed many other commands, but need to repeat the 200 command. I would just type:
    [code]!200[/code] It will redo the 200 command.

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    another neat trick I learned is that if you try to execute a really long and complicated command and it gives you access denied because it needs sudo, you can just type[CODE]sudo !![/CODE] and it will execute the previous command with sudo.

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  • That’s perfectly fine. You should be set.

    sudo command gives temporary access as your user (savu) to root. This is why you have to type your password.

    You can, more easily, use this same method by signing in directly as root.

    Open the terminal.

    [code]sudo su -[/code]

    Enter the user’s password. You will then be presented with a command prompt of something like:

    The $ symbol is usually used to describe a user. # symbol usually represents “root” access.

    Then you can type the commands without sudo preceding it.

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  • It looks like you missed the second quotation mark.

    Type CTRL+C in the terminal. you’ll be back at the:
    savu@savu-MS-7673:~$ prompt

    Try copy and paste the below command:

    [code]sudo mv /tftpboot/fog/kernel/bzImage /tftpboot/fog/kernel/bzimage.ORIG; sudo cp bzImage /tftpboot/fog/kernel/bzImage[/code]

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  • You need to be root.

    [code] sudo “mv /tftpboot/fog/kernel/bzImage /tftpboot/fog/kernel/bzImage.ORIG” [/code]

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  • I’ve removed buildroot-2013.08 and replaced it with 2013.11, however it needs to contain the stuff from [url]https://svn.code.sf.net/p/freeghost/code/trunk/src/buildroot[/url] to work properly.

    No, you wouldn’t need to put that though.

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  • Try my latest kernel.


    It contains all possible network drivers I can fit, without losing speed, and contains none of the VGA information that used to plague (scrambled screen, output issues, etc…)