TFTP PXE-T01: File Not Found
I just did a fresh Ubuntu 12.04 32 bit install and installed FOG 0.32 as well. When I network boot I get the message that the TFTP file is not found. Now if I go to a workstation and do a TFTP get x.x.x.x pxelinux.0 I receive the file. On my DHCP server option 66 is set to the FOG server IP and option 67 is set to pxelinux.0 Any ideas?
Have you taken a look at the FOG Server to ensure firewalls are disabled?
In Ubuntu is verified with:
[code]sudo service ufw disable[/code]
In CentOS you need to ALSO disable selinux:
[code]chkconfig iptables off
service iptables stop
sed -i ‘s/SELINUX=enforcing/SELINUX=disabled/’ /etc/sysconfig/selinux
sed -i ‘s/SELINUX=enforcing/SELINUX=disabled/’ /etc/selinux/config
Have you verified that the permissions of the /tftpboot directory are correct? They should be set to:
[code]chown -R fog:root /tftpboot[/code]
Sorry for the million posts but I got it figured out it was like the Windows Server wasn’t saving my changes I closed out DHCP options for the millionth time and when I went back in it had old settings I changed those yet again and bam! It worked!!!
I hate to beg but come on guys don’t leave me hanging. Ever since I update from 0.32 I’ve had nothing but problems and now I’m just trying to go back to how it was but I can’t get it to work. It seems like it is not a FOG issue but more the Windows Server is not telling them to get that file because like I’ve said I can do it from a command line no problem at all. I’ve even restarted my DHCP server.
It’s weird when you watch it, it is almost like it doesn’t even try to grab a file it just instantly pops up saying that the file could not be found.
Stop and restarted the tftpd-hpa service just to be sure and still getting the same message. It’s weird like I said I can go on a command line and grab the file no problem.
check that the tftp service is running, Ubuntu 12.04 has a known issue with this
[quote=“jdorst, post: 30951, member: 814”]You only need to change to undionly.kpxe if you are using 1.x.x.
Also, have you tried restarting the DHCP service on the DHCP server?[/quote]
No good on restarting DHCP server service on the DHCP server. Still giving the same error message.
[quote=“Mike M, post: 30949, member: 24694”]Try changing pxelinux.0 to undionly.kpye[/quote]
You only need to change to undionly.kpxe if you are using 1.x.x.
Also, have you tried restarting the DHCP service on the DHCP server?
Try changing pxelinux.0 to undionly.kpye