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OK, there was an issue with the upgrade. I was able to re-apply and I am happy working! I do appreciate all the responses you've provided and the product you've created. THANKS!
OK. When I log in, it then reports:
** Downloading Core Scripts **
...... Could Not Download Script
...... Response Code 404
Sorry I'm bugging you so much.... I'm wondering if something did not update with the upgrade at this point
It does list the kernels. I had to chown 755 the kernels in the /tfptboot/ for them to load. But, now I'm stuck with a whole other issue. After updating from 1.2.0 to 1.3.0, On Demand is missing from the Boot Menu. I've verified it is enabled but it will not show up.
OK, so I through the Admin window I downloaded a new Kernel 4.10.1. But now it's behaving in the oddest of ways. It will not change from 3.18.1 to the new kernel. This is after performing an apt-update && apt-upgrade...
I can see it load a different kernel. I boot to NIC, see the Boot Menu, select CloneDeploy (even tested Client Console,) It loads the kernel file, image file, starts to boot, and then it shows, "Could Not Contact CloneDeploy Server." It gives some possibilities but I've tested it working on all but this model device.
I am wanting to use On Demand.
HP EliteBook 820 G4 NIC, an Intel I219-LM will not be recognized by any Kernel I select. I've tested every available one with no success. It will boot to the menu but nothing will detect the adapater... Server/clonedeploy/api/ClientImaging/Test shows 'True' and it is working on all other devices. Is there a different Kernel I could use??
Server - CloneDeploy 1.3.0
On Ubuntu 14.04 and when doing the first restart of the apache2 service I receive the following:
Output of config test was:
apache2: Syntax error on line 140 of /etc/apache2/apache2.conf: Syntax error on line 1 of /etc/apache2/mods-enabled/mod_mono.load: Cannot load /usr/lib/apache2/modules/mod_mono.so into server: /usr/lib/apache2/modules/mod_mono.so: undefined symbol: unixd_config
Action 'configtest' failed.
The Apache error log may have more information.