Edit: It does boot to CD menu. I mean boot to Clone Deploy tool
Posts made by eurotrash
Kernel NIC drivers
I trying to boot my Dell Poweredge R710 servers into the CloneDeploy menu. But it seems that the network cards doesnt initialize. From other posts it seems the drivers for this server hasnt been loaded in the boot kernel.
IP: SIOCSIFFLAGS: No such file or directory
Recenlty updated to v1.4.0
I have tried booting with the following kernels
Dell Poweredge R710
Broadcom BCM5709C NetXtreme II GigE
I wasnt able too boot into Client Mode and get bash NIC info. Will the info noted above suffice?
And I have seen the sad the CD project is discontinued. We planning on using this for at future OS upgrade. And after the project I have requested my manager to donate to the project. Will someone else be able to help me with this minor thing I believe?
I am working on LDAP integration for our CloneDeploy Windows 1.3.0. But it doesnt seem go my way.
In the log i see several failed attempts to logon. So the LDAP isnt working.
I have enabled LDAP authentication -> security along with following settings:
LDAP Server: company.local (the server hosting CD is able connect to domain controller via port 389 and query for AD info)
LDAP Port: 389 (Standard LDAP port)
LDAP Authentication Attribute: UID (I am a bit uncertain about this one?)
LDAP Base DN: DC=company,DC=local
LDAP Authentication Type: Basic
I have also made a group with administrator privileges and ticked off Use LDAP Group. In the LDAP Group Name is have given the name of our AD group.
Can you help? The log doesnt tell a lot about what/why is failing.
Can you explain what the Use LDAP Authentication setting is used for in general menu for a user? (in another post it says users will be created if a succesful logon is done via LDAP logon)
What account is CD using when doing these LDAP lookups? This usually done with a AD account. (Have this something to do with the setting i have asked about above?)
LDAPbindDN og LDAPbindDNPassword
And when logging in... Do you use the domain prefix or just the AD accountname?