next-server and filename? no.
Basically all I did was install FOG but left out the router IP and DNS during the installation (I thought it would be easy to change these settings later). After it was installed and working, I reconfigured the router; I just turned off DHCP and did nothing else.
At that point FOG was still working properly, but the client computers were not receiving a default gateway or DNS (as expected). I then made the modifications to /etc/dhcp/dhcpd.conf which does correct the Gateway/DNS issue, however, after making that change I’m then unable to boot to PXE. I just get timeouts even though it does the server and get assigned an IP. Even when I go back to the /etc/dhcp/dhcpd.conf and revert the changes I made, PXE still does not boot.
My theory is that the method I use to make the changes is somehow affecting permissions or something. I simply give myself su permissions from terminal and open up the text editor (pluma was the default in MINT), then open the file, save changes, and close. It would be nice if the DHCP server settings were built into the FOG Settings config page but I couldn’t find any such area.