UNSOLVED No such file or directory (http://ipxe.org/2d0c613b) while trying to image.
Folks - I am not sure what I did to cause this, fog had been working fine, but this morning when I try to image anything I get this screen on my clients:
Where should I start to look?
- FOG Version: 1.3.0
- OS: Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS
- Service Version:
- OS: Windows 7
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@LibraryMark Please follow the instructions in Tom’s first post in this thread.
That link you posted looks exactly like my problem. When I get a chance, I will re-install the location plugin and see what happens. Is there a db table that is deleted when the plugin is disabled? I looked for a location association table and could not find it.
@LibraryMark What I’m saying is this is a known about issue. And the fix is out there.
The steps to fix it are a, b, c.
1.3.1 will be released relatively soon into the stable branch so moving into the RC-s I think would be a good move at this point.
Thanks, Tom - I don’t really think it’s anything to do with FOG, as the servers I am using have been thrashed pretty good. I was on trunk for a long time and decided that I needed to get off the daily snapshot roller coaster. I then installed 1.3 over what was there so who knows what state the DB is in. At some point I should probably just start everything over.
Alsso, I’d recommend instlaling the 1.3.1 RC’s.
1.3.0 is stable enough, but I can’t remember if the updated schema was applied to 1.3.0 or 1.3.1 right now.
Please uninstall the location plugin, and reinstall it.
Yes you will have to make your associations again, but this is the easiest way I can think of to fix the problem.
Update - it’s got something to do with the location plugin, because when I disable it, imaging works.