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eliadl

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  1. 8 months ago
    Wed Jan 17 16:09:47 2018

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  2. Wed Jan 17 15:59:18 2018

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  3. Wed Jan 17 15:49:07 2018

    Analyzed tcpdump on proxydhcp with Wireshark.
    For some reason it refers the Macbook Pro to ipxe:
    [attachment:5a5f704eab842]

  4. Tue Jan 16 16:35:55 2018

    Changed it to blank and restarted proxydhcp, same result.

  5. Tue Jan 16 16:31:04 2018

    Yes I've changed it to 1.

  6. Tue Jan 16 16:28:47 2018

    I've done as you said and followed the rest of the guide, but both MacMini and MacBookPro keep booting into iPXE.

    I've verified:

    1. Owner of relevant paths (and their subfolders/files) is www-data:www-data
    2. apple-root-path matches the path displayed by C/D web UI (/api was missing)

    Don't know what I could be missing.

  7. Tue Jan 16 15:10:17 2018

    Eventually I found the "Add NetBoot Profile" button which did the magic.
    However the new vendor id string wasn't helpful.
    [attachment:5a5e1523b6a13]

    The MacMini seems to boot properly into iPXE and from there to the C/D menu (Upload, Deploy, etc.).
    Is it possible that this MacMini already "has" the proper imaging environment?

    And when should id 3913 be used then?

  8. Tue Jan 16 14:28:13 2018

    The iPXE error page suggests to:

    "Try using the latest version of iPXE. Your problem may have already been fixed."

    iPXE's git shows the last release (1.0.0) was 7 years ago, but commits keep coming to this day.

    How do I know which version is used by C/D?
    Where paths are relevant if I want to try using the newest iPXE instead of the current one?

  9. Tue Jan 16 08:51:05 2018

    For comparison, here's what it looks like in 1.3.3:
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    And in 1.2.1:
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    It looks like something's missing in 1.3.3.

  10. Mon Jan 15 16:32:52 2018

    Also, help file /clonedeploy/views/help/admin-netboot.aspx seems to be missing.

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