I am relatively new to FOG and I would like to know how to install the latest FOG trunk. I would like a step-by-step tutorial if possible, as I was unable to find one on Google. Thanks in advance.
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RE: FOG 0.33 - What's coming?
I just got my fog server up and running, but like [COLOR=#003366][B][URL=‘http://fogproject.org/forum/members/pluneau.583/’][COLOR=#003366]pluneau[/COLOR][/URL][/B][/COLOR] I am having a problem with a couple of my Linux systems that are using EXT4. The systems are running Linux Mint 12 and wen I go to deploy the image, the client states that the volume couldn’t be found and asks for me to type another. I am going to try to update the kernel to 3.2.4 like [B][COLOR=#003366][SIZE=3][URL=‘http://fogproject.org/forum/members/pluneau.583/’][COLOR=#003366]K[/COLOR][/URL][/SIZE][/COLOR][/B][SIZE=3][B][COLOR=#003366][COLOR=#003366]evin[/COLOR][/COLOR][/B][/SIZE] suggests and see if that fixes the problem. I am still very anxious about 0.33. You guy’s on the FOG team are absolutely awesome!
-There’s no place like 127.0.0.1-
RE: TFTP stops on reboot after install
[quote=“kirksec, post: 2160, member: 289”]Did you set all the IP’s in all the proper places because obviously the IP changed now ?
Maybe this link will help you [url]http://www.fogproject.org/wiki/index.php?title=Change_FOG_Server_IP_Address[/url][/quote]
Okay, so I checked this out and everything looked to be in order and correct except:
[CODE]FOG WebUI > about > PXE Boot Menu > Save PXE Menu[/CODE]
When I try to save, it wants a Master Password. I don’t want to put anything in there to mess things up more. Also:
[CODE]DHCP server configuration file (/etc/dhcpd.conf) restart service after changes are made.
* Next-server 192.168.1.50 [/CODE]
The dhcpd.conf file is not present.
Any help anyone can provide will be greatly appreciated.
TFTP stops on reboot after install
I just installed Ubuntu and FOG 0.32 after having difficulties with it running in Linux Mint 12. I have had the server working after install last night. I shut the system down, brought it to work today, and now I can’t get anything to boot from it.
I’m using a crossover cable to minimize possible network issues. I ran “tftp -v 192.168.1.101 -c get pxelinux.0” and all I get is “Transfer timed out.”
What can I do to fix the server to get it back up and running? Also, how do I keep this from happening again?
Ubuntu 12.04 Beta1 (previously used Linux Mint 12 (based on Ubuntu 11.10) and had the same problem.)