allow me to ask some general questions before my “real” question:
- After a Normal Fog install i should be able to get to the iPXE Boot Menu right out of the Box using the Legacy or UEFI PXE boot, right?
- What is the tftpboot location on FOG 1.4.4, is it just /tftpboot beside the other folders such as /home, /etc, /bin…?
- Why does the DHCP not need the “filename:undipxe.k/pxelinux.0” Option?
So today i wanted to play around with fog but unfortunately i did not succeed in doing so.
I tried to install the latest stable fog v1.4.4 on a fresh install of Debian 9.3(VM on ESXI). I set up an isolated network for testing.
I downloaded it from sourceforge using wget, i did unzip it using tar and then i ran ./installfog.sh
The setup went through without any errors. After install i could login without a problem on http://ip/fog/management
Then i tried to PXE Boot a client. First i tried UEFI Boot. It didnt tell me anything. Then i tried Legacy and it told me “PXE-T01: File not Found”
i searched the net but i couldnt find a solution. What i found out so far:
- DHCP is up and running, the Client gets an IP
- TFTP seems to be the issue. I dont have a /tftpboot folder with all the binaries - do i have to build them myself? I thought the FOG installscript provided them?
the tftp-hpa config says:
TFTP_DIRECTORY=”/srv/tftp" (this folder is empty…it should say /tftpboot, right?)
The Web-GUI says:
inside there are files like bzimage, init.xz, etc.
did something fail during install?
Thanks in advance for your help.