Adding needed repository Failed!
@Tom-Elliott Yes, i’m behind a squid proxy
Well, the issue is back again with a new install on Ubuntu 14.04.2. Currently svn 3658.
@Tom-Elliott Update FOG itself or if you make changes in the web GUI? For example going from eth0 to bond0 for default network or enabling or disabling donation.
@danbreak Are you by chance behind a proxy?
It’s updated everytime you update.
Could it have something to do with the settings stored in the /opt/fog/.fogsettings file? Wondering if anything in that file which could have changed since the install could cause an issue.
Is the .fogsettings file ever updated after the initial install?
I have the same problem, when i want update fog.
Currently i have installed fog 3388 on ubuntu 14.04.2.
When i want update says this:
Installing required packages, if this fails
make sure you have an active internet connection.
- Adding needed repository…Failed!*
I don’t have direct internet connection, it is connected to internet through proxy
Wayne Workman last edited by
@Scott-B Export your DB. FOG Configuration -> Configuration Save -> Export.
You might also export your hosts- only, also… Host Management -> Export
If you want to use the latest Fedora, you’ll need to move to FOG Trunk because fog 1.2.0 does not support the latest Fedora versions.
Scott B last edited by Scott B
f I can get 15 and higher working properly.
I was starting to think the same thing actually. We have a 2nd FOG server (Ubuntu 14) as a storage node. Could that just be promoted to the main FOG server? The fog DB is on the old server. OR could I just rebuild the old server and under fog config and upload a backup of the DB? Recommendations?
FC 12? How old is that? Can you possibly move to something a little more modern?
I ask because I have no idea what kinds of package lists are available for Fedora 12. I’m lucky if I can get 15 and higher working properly.