SOLVED Change Needed for VM to PXE boot to FOG...
[QUOTE]Ok. I just figured out that I had the wrong network adapter booting to iPXE. But now, I’m getting errors when trying to load iPXE.
Then it just boots to the VHD like normal.[/QUOTE]
Open your web interface and finish the install…
Not to be a pain, but is there any update on this? I’m running FOG 1.1.1 with build 1639 of iPXE. I’m getting this error when trying to boot from my Hyper-V VM. Screenshot below.
I am also receiving this same error message as Speedy, when attempting to pxe boot a Hyper-V VM with Fog 1.0.1. I downloaded kpxe directly through svn (as suggested above) and have tried booting with multiple kernels. I have not experienced any issues using Fog 1.0.1 to pxe boot to physical machines. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
FOG Version: 1.0.1
OS Version: Ubuntu Server 12.04
Hi guys, I am experiencing exactly the same issue in an Optiplex 780 and Optiplex 9020. I am running the latest version using bisync. Ver 0.32 worked fine for my Optiplex 780, but not for the 9020 so I decided to give 0.33b a try. I also try downgrading the kernel to 3.8.8 Core and 3.3.3 Core and I get the same error.[IMG]https://www.dropbox.com/s/450k0cceypfcsza/fog.JPG[/IMG]
[quote=“Jason Shoemake, post: 26194, member: 6565”]Running the latest version of fog .33b and I can confirm this is an issue with Hyper-V. Works fine from VirtualBox[/quote]
In my experiences… HyperV and VMWare don’t work well with fog without alterations.
Running the latest version of fog .33b and I can confirm this is an issue with Hyper-V. Works fine from VirtualBox
I’m using svn, and I just updated to revision 1310, but i’m still having the same issue.
I’m assuming you’ve downloaded via svn? What revision are you on?
It may not have updated the undionly.kpxe file from the last change over.
A way to ensure you’ve got the right undionly.kpxe file would be to download it directly through svn:
[code]wget https://svn.code.sf.net/p/freeghost/code/trunk/packages/tftp/undionly.kpxe -O /tftpboot/undionly.kpxe[/code]
Ok. I just figured out that I had the wrong network adapter booting to iPXE. But now, I’m getting errors when trying to load iPXE.
Then it just boots to the VHD like normal.
I’m not sure I understand what it is you are asking. I am able to image perfectly fine using ipxe and virtual machines.
I run Oracle VirtualBox machines and as long as I set up the network card as a bridged mode I can communicate with my pxe server.
I have in the past used ESXi to build virtual images and upload them, and with the previous kernel 3.8.8 and FOG 0.32, I had to add the ability to talk to SCSI drives because of the way ESXi handles the virtual disks. I was unable to solve the issue with EXTREMELY slow upload speeds while using ESXi though, this is why I moved to VirtualBox and recommend using it to set up your virtual images. Speeds aren’t blazing fast but it still only takes ~ 25-30 min to upload a 20+ gb image. If I were to use ESXi to upload the image, it takes upwards for 7 hours -.-
Hope this helps.