Ipxe boot failed
We’re using the last version of fog 1.2.0 and we have a problem with the our workstation booting on ipxe.
It is very long to find the dhcp server and after the initialisation of ipxe devices we have an error 0x040ee119
Our model’s workstation is GP EliteDesk 800 G1 TWR. We found this model on the list of Problematic Devices so we updated the kernel by the web interface but no way ([URL=‘http://www.fogproject.org/wiki/index.php/HP_EliteDesk_800_G1’]HP EliteDesk 800 G1[/URL] Does not respond to commands of (FOG 0.32) 188.8.131.52 use kernel 3.13.1 (1/2014))
Can you help me please :)
thanks a lot.
Up ! :)
We took the kernel here => [url]https://mastacontrola.com/fogboot/kernel/bzImage[/url] and now it’s better. We had to run the debug-upload and fixparts /dev/sda to erase GPT signatures on the disk and the upload is good now. But we still have this line before every task : pnp 00:01 can’t evaluate _CRS: 12311
Is it a big problem?
The error with the BIOS :
We tried with the 3.8.8 core kernel and now we have this error : (approximatively) unknown BIOS version
We have the version 02.21
Hi, we try now to resolve the problem. We don’t have anymore the error 040ee119 with the ipxe.kkpxe file for boot. But now we have a kernel panic error after launching the quick inventory and registration. We have put the 3.13.1 kernel fog, because the wiki says for our model that it resolves the issue. But now we have this after the quick inventory… : pnp 00:05 can’t evaluate _CRS: 12311
esas2r : driver will not be loaded because no ATTO esas2r devices were found
i2c-parport-light : adapter type unspecified
Starting init : /sbin/init exists but couldnt execute it (error -8)
Starting init : /sbin/sh exists but couldnt execute it (error -8)
Kernel panic - not syncing : no working init found. Try passing init= options to
If it can help you, when I try with a virtual machine on the workstation it works fine.
Ok we’ll try it in 2 weeks. Habe you got a detailed procedure to be sure that we’ll do the good things.
We are beginners :)
If dhcp is taking a really long time to pick up, chances are likely this is a part of the problem. If you take one of your working systems and place it on the same port the HP 800 G1 is connected, does that system boot to FOG without issue?
If it does, then it could be the undionly file doesn’t support your NIC. You’re more than welcome to try the tftp files in: