Unsure if these settings in FOG are correct
@Tom-Elliott do appreciate all your help. My PXE boot client keeps bombing out at the TFTP bit. I have attached a pic…is there any tools to see what TFTP is not doing…??very frustrating…!
Also its not on the screen, but when i press F11 then F8 the screen displays BD, then it bombs out.
@pencils According to your pictures, you have a folder called “tftproot” and I’m fairly sure it should be “/tftpboot” (With a b, not an r).
Yep, it’s with a b:
Please update your folders properly and the files referencing /tftproot change to /tftpboot and I suspect you’ll have more success. While looking for this, I see that I have a couple of hard-coded references to /tftpboot which should probably use the variable name. I’ll fix that tonight (which should enable people to have their own setup as needed).
sorry that was my error. It is /tftproot. i have attached a few screen grabs of the different locations of the file structure. Also as i am using DNSMASQ i have attached the config file.
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Do you have a folder called
tftprootor is it just a typo and you have a folder
If it was a typo take a lock at these configs:
Remove the last slash in
Check if the .pxe, .kpxe files in the
Also check if the the
boot imagesare present in
Can you please attach a screenshot of the PXE-M0F error.
yes. Initially i didnt have a folder at the root called /tftproot. So i manually copied it over. I also isntalled DNSMASQ. I know my PXE client is reading the config file because i made a change to the timeout for pressing F8 from 3 secs to 15. My pixxy client, then, im assuming tries to read the boot file and fails with an exit code. So i changed the config file to read the UNDIONLY.PXE, But it fails and im not sure why. The error is PXE-M0F
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At first view everything seems to be correct. Do you have problems with the tftp?