FOG 0.33b not boot a 64 bit machine
Can not find 64-bit machine the DHCP server, but find 32-bit machine the DHCP server. Therefore, in 64-bit machine fails PXE boot.
What am I doing wrong?
I using rev. 1452.
Thank you and best regards.
Many many thanks, I used now rev. 1455 and 64bit access it´s successful!
I must learn Linux basics …
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Oma, the best way to get the updated kernel is to download it from here and move it to the correct folder:
I believe the group you need is www-data.
I’m sorry that I don’t know that, but I also work on other things and can’t handhold everybody for everything. Some things can be found out by yourself. We aren’t a linux class to help everybody learn all the fundamentals about their systems.
I know this sounds mean, but everything you’ve asked, seems to me, is very basic information. While I don’t mind helping with leading you in the right direction, I can’t be expected to know everything about everybody’s systems.
Understand that what you’re changing is the permissions of the /var/www/fog/service/ipxe so they’re owned by the user fog and the group www-data (I don’t know if this is correct) www-data should be the user Ubuntu uses for web services.
I trying this into ubuntu 12.04 unsuccessful:
guenter@FOG-Server:~$ sudo chown -R fog.wwwdata /var/www/fog/service/ipxe
[sudo] password for guenter:
chown: ungültiger Benutzer: »fog.wwwdata“
Make sure the folder is set with the correct permissions:
For DEBIAN BASED OS try:
[code]sudo chown -R fog.wwwdata /var/www/fog/service/ipxe[/code]
For REDHAT BASED OS try:
[code]sudo chown -R fog.apache /var/www/html/fog/service/ipxe[/code]
Then try downloading the file again. That being said, this is not a major issue. You can also see the link within my signature to get, basically, the same effect.
[ATTACH]659[/ATTACH] FOG Configuration -> Kernel Update -> Unofficial Kernels -> Kernel 3.14.0 -> Download — Error; please see SAM_1978.jpg.
FOG Configuration -> Kernel Update -> Published Kernels -> Kernel 3.8.8 Core -> Download — please see SAM1979.jpg (staying since 25 minutes — Cursor goes round and round and round ----)
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Yes, that’s right.
A 32 bit system get’s an IP, but your 64 bit systems don’t.
I don’t understand the question.
It sounds like you’re saying a 32 bit system get’s an IP, but your 64 bit systems don’t?