[quote=“PaganLinuxGeek, post: 42480, member: 2226”]I’ve read this through already actually, thank you. I would suggest adding this little bit to your howto however.
Make sure you are storing dnsmasq configuration into /etc/dnsmasq.conf and NOT /etc/dnsmasq.d/ltsp.conf location.
In desperation a few days ago I moved /etc/dnsmasq.d/ltsp.conf to /etc/dnsmasq.conf and found some success. Seems that contrary to documenatation it does NOT parse the ltsp.conf file…
for others reading this:
selinux has been set to “permissive” and also tried with “disabled” same results
systemctl disable firewalld.service has been executed
I’ve tried this using the xinetd tftp-server and using dnsmasq’s built in tftpserver
It shouldn’t matter but I DO have 3 nics in this machine (2 built into mobo, and 1 add-on)… all are enabled and functional on same subnet but with using seperate IP’s, none are in bridged mode, or “teaming”.[/quote]
Glad you liked the howto. I am not sure why the /etc/dnsmasq.d/ltsp.conf didn’t work for you, as that’s what I did on my setup. You are using a newer revision than me so, maybe [URL=‘http://fogproject.org/forum/members/tom-elliott.7271/’][SIZE=11px][U][COLOR=#969696]Tom Elliott[/COLOR][/U][/SIZE][/URL] changed something… not sure. If he confirms, I’ll put notes in the How-To for the newer revision’s config on that part.
By reading through your problem, I was thinking it was a simple password issue, perhaps for the TFTP settings. Maybe the storage management password settings.
I’d recommend disabling SELinux - just to eliminate it from the equation - at least till things are working. Reboot after the change for it to take effect.
Did you run all the systemctl status commands to see if they were all ok?
Also, lately, I’ve read a lot of stuff about how people need to set up “Bridged connections” for the OS that hosts the virtualized FOG box.