@Wayne-Workman Hey I tried booting from another device and I finally got the error to pause. This is what it shows.
I went to that URL, but I am not really sure how to update this?
I initially started with Ubuntu 12.04 as the OS and then upgraded to 13.10. For whatever reason, it pooched my permissions on the OS and I think this might be the source of a lot of problems I’m having PXE booting. I have tried all the troubleshooting articles and still nothing fixed it, so when I went to reinstall the FOG software, I got errors saying I don’t have permissions to write to the OPT directory.
So I am going to break down and rebuild the machine again. What Ubuntu OS would you all recommend using? I know that 14.x is showing bugs with TFTP again, so I am not using it. Thanks for your suggestions.
@Wayne-Workman Looked at the list. here is the model machine I am using.
HP EliteBook 2760p Default bzImage undionly.kpxe 2014-06-13
I am using this model. and another which is a desktop
HP Compaq 6200 Pro – 0.32 – 2011-08-04
neither works. Previously, tboth of these I was able to PXE boot into the kernel, make an image, push an image. Now I cannot.
Edit: I don’t want to quite Fog, and sorry if I came off as being not nice. I had no malice, just frustration. I appreciate everyone who has been helping me.
O.k. I have verified that my TFTP service is running and is configured correctly. I even reinstall. 1.2.0 FOG just a few moments ago and it confirmed that settings were set correctly. I can login to the management portal without issues. The only thing that it’s doing is the same thing as yesterday, and that is saying that something is unsupported, which I cannot even read it goes by so fast.
I’m stumped and frankly, I am about to the point of giving up on this project. I really don’t want o because the web interface and other things are nice.