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  • [quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 38637, member: 7271”]SVN 2553 maybe?[/quote]

    No joy, Houston. Now it’s apache2

    [url="/_imported_xf_attachments/1/1478_apacheerr.png?:"]apacheerr.png[/url]


  • Senior Developer

    SVN 2553 maybe?


  • Senior Developer

    [quote=“sudburr, post: 38634, member: 4706”]Running SVN 2551 installer over SVN 2547 :

    Are you sure you wish to continue (Y/N) y
    Installation Started…
    Installing required packages, if this fails
    make sure you have an active internet connection.

    • Preparing apt-get
    • Packages to be installed: apache2 php5 php5-json php5-gd php5-cli php5-mysq l php5-curl mysql-server mysql-client tftpd-hpa tftp-hpa nfs-kernel-server vsftp d net-tools wget xinetd sysv-rc-conf tar gzip build-essential cpp gcc g++ m4 htm ldoc lftp openssh-server php-gettext
    • Installing package: apache2
    • Installing package: php5
    • Installing package: php5-gd
    • Installing package: php5-cli
    • Installing package: php5-mysql
    • Installing package: php5-curl
    • Installing package: mysql-server
      We are about to install MySQL Server on
      this server, if MySQL isn’t installed already
      you will be prompted for a root password.
      Press enter to acknowledge this message.
      Reading package lists…
      Building dependency tree…
      Reading state information…
      mysql-server is already the newest version.
      0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
    • Installing package: mysql-client
    • Installing package: tftpd-hpa
    • Installing package: tftp-hpa
    • Installing package: nfs-kernel-server
    • Installing package: vsftpd
    • Installing package: net-tools
    • Installing package: wget
    • Installing package: xinetd
    • Installing package: sysv-rc-conf
    • Installing package: tar
    • Installing package: gzip
    • Installing package: build-essential
    • Installing package: cpp
    • Installing package: gcc
    • Installing package: g++
    • Installing package: m4
    • Installing package: htmldoc
    • Installing package: lftp
    • Installing package: openssh-server
    • Installing package: php-gettext
      Confirming package installation.
    • Checking package: apache2…OK
    • Checking package: php5…OK
    • Checking package: php5-json…Failed![/quote]

    What OS?



  • Well…just created a new 14.04.01 VM and downloaded rev 2551 via svn. Everything was going perfectly other than still getting dpkg-query output (not really a big deal), and now when checking package php5-json it says ‘failed’. If it’s checking to see if it’s installed, it seems to be incorrect, because dpkg seems to indicate that it is. Some type of issue with how it’s checking to verify packages are installed?

    [url="/_imported_xf_attachments/1/1477_PhpErr.png?:"]PhpErr.png[/url]



  • Running SVN 2551 installer over SVN 2547 :

    Are you sure you wish to continue (Y/N) y
    Installation Started…
    Installing required packages, if this fails
    make sure you have an active internet connection.

    • Preparing apt-get
    • Packages to be installed: apache2 php5 php5-json php5-gd php5-cli php5-mysq l php5-curl mysql-server mysql-client tftpd-hpa tftp-hpa nfs-kernel-server vsftp d net-tools wget xinetd sysv-rc-conf tar gzip build-essential cpp gcc g++ m4 htm ldoc lftp openssh-server php-gettext
    • Installing package: apache2
    • Installing package: php5
    • Installing package: php5-gd
    • Installing package: php5-cli
    • Installing package: php5-mysql
    • Installing package: php5-curl
    • Installing package: mysql-server
      We are about to install MySQL Server on
      this server, if MySQL isn’t installed already
      you will be prompted for a root password.
      Press enter to acknowledge this message.
      Reading package lists…
      Building dependency tree…
      Reading state information…
      mysql-server is already the newest version.
      0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
    • Installing package: mysql-client
    • Installing package: tftpd-hpa
    • Installing package: tftp-hpa
    • Installing package: nfs-kernel-server
    • Installing package: vsftpd
    • Installing package: net-tools
    • Installing package: wget
    • Installing package: xinetd
    • Installing package: sysv-rc-conf
    • Installing package: tar
    • Installing package: gzip
    • Installing package: build-essential
    • Installing package: cpp
    • Installing package: gcc
    • Installing package: g++
    • Installing package: m4
    • Installing package: htmldoc
    • Installing package: lftp
    • Installing package: openssh-server
    • Installing package: php-gettext
      Confirming package installation.
    • Checking package: apache2…OK
    • Checking package: php5…OK
    • Checking package: php5-json…Failed!


  • 2550 worked, although I had previously installed mysql manually to troubleshoot so I uninstalled and then successfully ran the FOG installer. I’m creating a new VM just to verify the results and will update


  • Senior Developer

    2551 should make it so there’s properly less output.


  • Senior Developer

    Try 2550.

    Hopefully all the extra output and the mysql stuff will now work.



  • [quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 38629, member: 7271”]Sorry to ask, but can you try reinstalling with 2548?

    I don’t know where it went wrong, but hopefully I’ve fixed the issue.[/quote]

    For some reason it’s just hanging at the mysql-server install now - no ‘failed’ message. Htop shows that it’s attempting to install, and just typing the same command in manually works, but it’s not working in the script. I wasn’t sure if the dpkg-query line was just meant for added verbosity or if that was unintentional. Its been sitting at the mysql-server install for 10 minutes while I had another VM I manually installed mysql-server on in that time. Same result on 14.04.01 and 13.10 - I didn’t create a new VM but didn’t think it would be necessary given that it didn’t actually install packages last time

    [url="/_imported_xf_attachments/1/1475_Processes.png?:"]Processes.png[/url][url="/_imported_xf_attachments/1/1476_RetryAttempt.png?:"]RetryAttempt.png[/url]


  • Senior Developer

    Sorry to ask, but can you try reinstalling with 2548?

    I don’t know where it went wrong, but hopefully I’ve fixed the issue.



  • [quote=“Junkhacker, post: 38618, member: 21583”]not that i suspect it matters, but just for the sake of clarity: were updates run prior to installing fog, or was this immediately after install?[/quote]

    It was the Minimal ISO, so it downloads the newest packages during the OS install



  • I have tried both with and without updates on Debian 7.


  • Developer

    not that i suspect it matters, but just for the sake of clarity: were updates run prior to installing fog, or was this immediately after install?



  • [quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 38616, member: 7271”]Question to help me narrow the issue? These are presenting on fresh installs not update/upgrades?[/quote]

    Correct, fresh install of both Ubuntu 14.04 and 13.10 x64 running in VMware Fusion both had the same issue. The only thing I did was install subversion, then proceeded to download the newest revision from svn for the first time - FOG had never been installed prior. Confirmed Ubuntu ISO hashes matched


  • Senior Developer

    Question to help me narrow the issue? These are presenting on fresh installs not update/upgrades?



  • [quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 38610, member: 7271”]If the package is installed, it doesn’t install it again. That’s expected.[/quote]
    Tom, I just verified what Cory reported. When the install script runs, it says it’s going to install the necessary packages but then skips packages because it thinks they’re already installed even if they’re not. I only checked with mysql-server and php5 to verify, but I’d bet is the same in all cases

    [url="/_imported_xf_attachments/1/1474_InstallErr.png?:"]InstallErr.png[/url]



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  • Senior Developer

    If the package is installed, it doesn’t install it again. That’s expected.



  • Correct none of the required packages got installed via the script.


  • Senior Developer

    So MySQL isn’t installed or setting up properly?


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