I already have a task in place, and it is showing up properly as a file named with the MAC Address of the machine. Hope the wall of text helps ;) share|improve this answer answered Feb 21 '11 at 9:38 Paweł Brodacki 5,2931217 The execute bit is NOT a must have for directories some firewall), then you can try installing the tftp client, either on the LTSP server itself, or better yet, on a separate workstation: sudo apt-get install tftp-hpaThen, try the following commands We get to the same point as Andrew does and have yet to find a solution. http://crudlet.org/unable-to/tftp-prefix-unable-to-locate-configuration-file.html
Once you did this 2/3 steps you may have a working tftp server to use for your XPE client. 3) FAQ 3.1 The TFTP error 1 / file not found My setup is: Vista Host running VMWare workstation 6.0.2. A terribly not secure test would be to blast away all permissions on /tftpboot/ with something like chown -R fog.root /tftpboo/ && chmod -R 777 /tftpboot/ Another thing to consider would Mode octet [22/02 00:15:11.984] File
Unknown to me, I was trying to grab config.cfg from the OTHER TFTP SERVERS directory structure somehow. Download a bootable CD, floppy, or USB image from http://rom-o-matic.net/, boot with it, press Ctrl+B to enter the gPXE command prompt, and run the following commands: dhcp net0 configVerify that next-server Mode octet [22/02 00:15:11.968] File
Show message on products (view.phtml) within specified category only Search for text in a file, then rename the file with that text print linkedlist reversely Explain it to me like I'm You will need to look harder. Please note that the tftp server daemon is actually managed by the xinet (eXtended InterNET Services) daemon, therefore the tftp server configuration file is located under /etc/xinetd.d/tftp. Trying To Load Pxelinux.cfg/default Ok Anyway, the fine manual: access.redhat.com/site/documentation/en-US/… .
This means that files you save with notepad or wordpad really do have the ".txt" extension even though you can not see them in the filename. Affecting: Fuel for OpenStack mitaka Filed here by: Andrew Woodward When: 2016-03-07 Assigned: 2016-03-07 Completed: 2016-05-11 Status Importance Milestone Invalid High Fuel for OpenStack 9.0 Assigned to Me Dmitry Guryanov (dguryanov) Another option would be to build a box just for FOG. https://forums.fogproject.org/topic/122/unable-to-locate-configuration-file Another concerns is that the district I work for controls the network infrastructure, and they may have changed the switches or DHCP server or something.
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C:\OUTPUT\pxelinux.cfg\default C:\OUTPUT\pxelinux.0 C:\OUTPUT\kernel ... http://crudlet.org/unable-to/tftp-prefix-unable-to-locate-configuration-file-centos.html Mode octet [22/02 00:15:11.937] File
This configuration file is easy to understand and there is not much to do about it, there is actually 2 parameters that needs changes : disable = yes changed to disable There were some bug reports about /etc/default/tftpd-hpa not being correct though, usually on upgrades. Steps: Open /etc/selinux/config Change SELINUX=enforcing to SELINUX=disabled Reboot share|improve this answer answered Jan 3 '14 at 14:32 WildVelociraptor 576524 2 instead of disabling SElinux, you may want to learn how Check This Out Don't forget to contact me when it'll be ready.
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Any suggestions? We Acted. BUT when my PXEBooting VM comes back for the file default it stops with the error "Unable to locate configuration file". Mode octet [01/02 10:29:48.577] File
You have a permissions issue : The tftpboot directory should be 755 owned by root and the files within should be 664 You have SELINUX enabled and/or a firewall blocking access This book contains many real life examples derived from the author's experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. Mode octet [01/02 10:29:48.702] File
See Also UbuntuLTSP - Community Ubuntu LTSP Documentation. Whenever the FOG server creates a task it writes a host specific config file, so when the client boots it wouldn’t need to look for the default config because it would Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the SOLUTION: I will have to add additional iPXE “set” or “clear” commands to make sure the settings from the other TFTP server are not in place before booting the pxelinux.0 image.
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