That was totally it! I was confusing myself with the /images directory for tftp. After changing the command to match the /tftpboot directory everything works perfectly. Thanks for your help!
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Booting to a Centos7 Image File
Hi all, I’ve been working on getting a working Centos Image file set up as a menu option on my fog server using this great guide by @george1421 but I seem to be running in to an issue pulling the image file down via TFTP. It attempts to load the file but times out as if it can’t reach it. The files are in the same directory as the rest of the files that are able to be copied via TFTP, but these ones dont work. I had thought it was a permission issue, and set the permissions to match the other files, but no luck.
Here’s a copy of the config:
imgargs vmlinuz initrd=initrd.img root=live:nfs://$[serverip]:/images/os/centos/7/LiveOS/squashfs.img ip=dhcp inst.repo=nfs:$[serverip]:/images/os/centos/7 splash quiet
boot || goto MENU
Here is the path to the boot files, ftp / tftp directories are all set to the default:
username@serverip:/images/os/centos/7/images/pxeboot$ pwd & ls
initrd.img TRANS.TBL vmlinuz
Anyone have any ideas? Am I missing a setting somewhere. Let me know if more info is needed