Been searching for a couple days again to find this and have given up.
What do I need to do after I reboot my server?
Do I need to run the basic install again or is there a quick command to start the server service again?
[quote=“generallee989, post: 33317, member: 25002”]would you recommend using Ubuntu 14.04?[/quote]
I would [U][B]NOT[/B][/U] recommend using Ubuntu 14.04
ok, so I got it figured out. On my system I restarted my network and DHCP service and it fired right up.
Here’s the commands I ran and it started sending IP’s back out. (this is after a reboot)
[CODE] sudo /etc/init.d/networking restart
sudo /etc/init.d/isc-dhcp-server restart[/CODE]
My best guess is my sepal is giving you issues which means I Pixi menu can’t hand out the data properly
ok, So im going to go through this and try to figure out whats going on.
Does anyone have a list of services I can restart?
Currently I have restarted these 2 services with no luck:
you most certainly should not need to re-run the installer after a reboot.
ok, so the command [CODE]sudo service tftpd-hpa restart[/CODE] didn’t work.
I got it working but I had to run [CODE]./installfog.sh[/CODE] again.
Should I not have to do this after reboots or is it common to do the install again?
would you recommend using Ubuntu 14.04?
Trying that command right now.
I am using fog server as the dhcp server.
Currently I have it set up with a switch to simulate our environment before I install it on our existing server network.
Try this :
sudo service tftpd-hpa restart
It is common for the tftpd-hpa service to fail to start correctly on Ubuntu 12.04, try the command and see if your machines can connect
Are you using your fog server as a dhcp server?
I tested it and it seems the server is not sending out the IP’s after reboot.
My client PC’s cant connect to it after server reboot. I’m using Ubuntu 12.04.
I’m logging in as root as that’s how I installed it per wiki.
the server should start automatically after a reboot