Since September I have been having no issues with FOG until today. When I tried to Fog a client I get an IP address then after some text flashes across the screen I see something to the effect "cannot boot: invalid argument ipxe.org/1c1c2002. At ipxe.org that error is unsurprisingly invalid argument.
I did some troubleshooting by using some test that Junkhacker recommended in the thread “PXE issues?”
- Does default.ipxe exisit in the tftpboot directory? - yes
- Does the line chain [url]http://[/url]… look correct? - yes
- When you go to the website listed in the chain command what do you see? - I see a php text file. OK that is not what he said to expect.
Next bit of troubleshooting. I booted from a ipxe live cd. I issued the dhcp command to get an address then the chain command in the default.ipxe file. I got the following error:
colour:command not found
could not boot: Exec format error([url]http://ipxe.org/2e022001[/url])
At ipxe that error is an improper command or argument. Checking the php doc I got in step 3 above I see the command [SIZE=4][COLOR=#000000]colour --rgb 0xff0000 0[/COLOR][/SIZE]
[SIZE=4][COLOR=#000000]Did something change so the English way of spelling no longer works? How can I correct this issue? Or am I missing something else?[/COLOR][/SIZE]
[SIZE=4][COLOR=#000000]version 1.20 on ubuntu 12.04.5 LTS server[/COLOR][/SIZE]