Thank you for the reply. I am not in the office now so exact data is limited. Basically my assumption is that it was my group that probably did the damage. My goal is to get the standard kernel upgrade service working. The existing kernel is two years old so it has been awhile since I have tried the magic button.
ftp works. We pull images and they get ftp’d from tmp into the proper image directory.
Tried permissions. If you have a fresh install will you provide the owner, group, and permissions for the /tftpboot/fog/kernel and the ./backup directories and the bzimage file. If not then I may try a new install and check permissions. Is there any other locations or files that I need to check like init.gz?
I already tried Tom’s bzimage32 kernel, (I believe it was Tom). I was able to image the PCs but the image failed. I have not pulled an image yet so it is not a complete test. We were not able to boot the Macs gpxe to FOG with that Kernel. (We also image Macs from the FOG server.