The tftpboot file is stored on the FOG server, the attached image is the folder structure. I am not sure if there should be the other tftpboot folder inside this folder? It is empty regardless. For the pxelinux.0 file, I can not open it to view it. Even using sudo it says it cannot be opened.
We have nothing running Samba unless Ubuntu 10.04 installs it as default. And we have nothing running VoIP.
We also do not have any other PXE servers running.
This is the shutdown log, all but Thursday were definitely done by me. But I had used the server on Friday and it worked.
$ last -x | grep shutdown | tail -n 10
shutdown system down 2.6.32-56-generi Tue Feb 25 10:57 - 10:59 (00:01)
shutdown system down 2.6.32-56-generi Tue Feb 25 10:35 - 10:36 (00:01)
shutdown system down 2.6.32-56-generi Thu Feb 20 16:22 - 16:24 (00:01)
shutdown system down 2.6.32-56-generi Wed Feb 19 12:07 - 12:09 (00:01)
shutdown system down 2.6.32-56-generi Wed Feb 19 11:36 - 11:37 (00:01)
shutdown system down 2.6.32-56-generi Wed Feb 19 11:28 - 11:29 (00:01)[/COLOR][/FONT][/SIZE]
The tftp service is running.
~$ service tftpd-hpa status
tftpd-hpa start/running, process 2571
I have just tried by changing the port we have been using for the last year, it now seems to work on a different port. I have no idea why. I literally just chanced my arm and moved it across one port. The port that FOG did not like still works perfectly fine, just not with FOG.
But to get to this stage I had removed FOG from the server and re-installed it. Using this code [FONT=monospace][COLOR=#000000] [/COLOR][/FONT][FONT=monospace][COLOR=#000000]sudo mv /opt/fog/.fogsettings /opt/fog/fogsettings-firstInstall [/COLOR][/FONT] did nothing.
Thank you so much for everyone giving me pointers and helping me to try figure this out, from doing so many installs of FOG I thought I had got it down as a skill, I think this shows it as a big no.
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