@lionheart1986 Did you recently install it, upgraded it from a previous trunk version, or upgraded it from 1.2 like I did? Just curious.
I also pulled it from the git repository
They have all been left blank.
I made a quick backup and tried using root without password in the user and localhost or the ipaddress as host. Neither of those combinations yielded results.
removed .fogsettings and copied .fogsettings.bak to .fogsettings
@ITSolutions I’ve seen them. Tried 16.04 first but has some PHP5 issues, now trying 14.04 which installed fine with 1.2. But now the trunk installation won’t let me install/update my database.
Reinstalled Ubuntu and fog (14.04.1LTS), but still the Error communicating with the database on a blank screen in Firefox.
It said it installed anything, but didn’t ask me for a password for the database. I gave the instruction I left the password for the database blank.
@ITSolutions It was upgraded from 1.2 yes. Thanks for notifying, then I’ll just reinstall it. I was using Ubuntu 14.04. I used the browsers Vivaldi and firefox to visit /fog/management on windows 8.1 pro. If it helps for future reference. Thank you for your quick response.
I’m still testing/toying around with FOG, which so far works rather well with just windows being a bit of a jerk at moment. But now I tried upgrading to trunk as it might have resolved an issue. But now it reached the “you still need to install/update your database schema” the <x.x.x.x>/fog/management page only shows a white screen with the text “Error communicating with the database”
Re-installing won’t be too much of a hassle because it was still a test, but I want to know if there is a way to fix this.