@cyrmoon said in NBP file downloaded succesfully:
I tried to change for a older kernel in fog but nothing at all.
This issues seems to be caused by iPXE not the Linux kernel we use in FOS to do the actual imaging.
Is there a solution or it will be fixed in next versions?
FOG is open source and so we rely on people like you to test things and let us know what works and what not. We don’t have all the hardware to test on our own.
So let’s get into this and see what is actually causing the failure after “NBP file downloaded succesfully”. Before you updated from 1.5.7 did you see the FOG boot menu after the “NBP file downloaded succesfully”? I just want to make sure we hunt down the right path. I am asking because you can setup FOG to hide the menu and just run a default menu item. If that is the case we’d need to look further than iPXE…
Here is the code tree of FOG 1.5.7 iPXE binaries. Just download the iPXE binary that you are using in you DHCP server and put that in
/tftpboot directory on your FOG server. See if the fujitsu esprimo g558 works correctly again.