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C_Ugloo

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  1. 7 weeks ago
    Tue Jun 27 06:55:17 2017
    C C_Ugloo started the conversation Boot Menu Custom.

    Hi again !

    I am coming back to you with another question, hoping that you will know the answer even though I have no doubt about it.
    I would like to know how to install a Debian (or any Linux distribution) via a preseed from a Customed Boot Menu (the menu line is already added but I can't figure out how to boot on the preseed | I joined a screenshot in which you'll see the custom line from line 37 to line 40).

    Thanks again for your time !

  2. 2 months ago
    Fri Jun 16 14:22:25 2017
    C C_Ugloo posted in Uploading Issue.

    Thank you so much for all these informations and explanations !

    Have a nice week-end

  3. Fri Jun 16 13:47:41 2017
    C C_Ugloo posted in Uploading Issue.

    Thanks for the informations

    Even though we switched the kernel to the x64 version, it still appears as a x86 kernel (see image_kernel-1).
    In the editor, we can see that the kernel used is the x64 (see image_kernel-2).
    But we noticed that in the boot menu of the active task created, the kernel used is still the x86 version (see image_kernel-3).

    Maybe there's a bug keeping the active tasks from gathering the right informations about the used kernel ?

  4. Fri Jun 16 13:34:04 2017
    C C_Ugloo posted in Uploading Issue.

    What do you mean by "Global default menu" ? Where do I find it ?

  5. Fri Jun 16 13:26:53 2017
    C C_Ugloo posted in Uploading Issue.

    Yes, that's it !

    When trying to load on demand, the upload starts. So the problem appears to be with the upload from the computer task.

  6. Fri Jun 16 13:07:36 2017
    C C_Ugloo posted in Uploading Issue.

    Changing the kernel to a 64bit kernel allowed us to reach the PXE Menu (thing we couldn't do, until now, when a task was submitted), but nothing else happens, the uploading doesn't start.

    The computer configuration seems right, but the error log is slightly different now :
    "Jun 16 14:59:03 clonedeploy in.tftpd[19989]: RRQ from 192.168.100.116 filename pxelinux.cfg/default.ipxe
    Jun 16 14:59:03 clonedeploy in.tftpd[19990]: RRQ from 192.168.100.116 filename pxelinux.cfg/01-**-**-**-5f-e5-38.ipxe
    Jun 16 14:59:03 clonedeploy in.tftpd[19994]: RRQ from 192.168.100.116 filename pxelinux.cfg/01-**-**-**-5f-e5-39.ipxe
    Jun 16 14:59:03 clonedeploy in.tftpd[19994]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.100.116"

  7. Fri Jun 16 12:07:05 2017
    C C_Ugloo posted in Uploading Issue.

    Ipxe_efi64 - kernel : 4.9.8

  8. Fri Jun 16 10:26:06 2017
    C C_Ugloo started the conversation Uploading Issue.

    Hello !

    Here is the problem : I am trying to upload an image from a HP Proliant DL380 Gen9 server (12HDD). The server can boot on the PXE, load the initrd.xz image, but throw an error right after that : "could not boot: Error 0x7f048283 (http://ipxe.org/7f048283)"
    I've been to this link, but there was nothing helpful as description for this error.

    Nothing was visible on CloneDeploy's logs, but I found some further informations from tftpd :
    "Jun 16 12:02:03 clonedeploy in.tftpd[19428]: RRQ from 192.168.100.116 filename pxelinux.cfg/01-**-**-**-5f-e5-38.ipxe
    Jun 16 12:02:03 clonedeploy in.tftpd[19428]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.100.116
    Jun 16 12:02:03 clonedeploy in.tftpd[19429]: RRQ from 192.168.100.116 filename pxelinux.cfg/01-**-**-**-5f-e5-39.ipxe
    Jun 16 12:02:03 clonedeploy in.tftpd[19429]: sending NAK (1, File not found) to 192.168.100.116"

    The first MAC Address is right, but I don't understand why it tries to reach the MAC Address from the second network interface.
    Anyway, I never had this kind of issue before, even when uploading images from servers using RAID, but despite everything I tried, nothing seems to work.

  9. Thu Jun 15 10:00:59 2017

    The removal of the second imagePath + did the trick ! Now the Multicasting creates the right tasks and deploys the image on the group computers.

    Thanks for your time, and again, for your efforts !

  10. Wed Jun 14 15:34:57 2017

    Yes, it does.

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