@clonedeploy_admin Thanks, I figured it was something like that.
Posts made by hrumph2
Need help to understand API
I would like to make use of the Computer/Put API call, but I don't really understand how to use it. My understanding of the semantics of HTTP PUT requests is that you can use them to add new items or update. If we are adding a new item how would we know which id to assign to it. (The call has a required integer ID paramater in the URL). Wouldn't those ID values be auto-generated in the DB when creating a new computer item?
Furthermore there is an additional id field in the request body. Does this also need to be set? What would it mean if it were different from the id value in the URL?
RE: CloneDeploy Status Update
The idea of monolithic imaging is quickly becoming a thing of the past,
Why do you think this is? Cloning still seems like the optimal solution for rapid deployment of workstations (especially with multitasking).
RE: CloneDeploy Status Update
Good luck with the new product. If it's anything like clone deploy it will be amazing. Wishing you great success. BTW I donated in the past but I don't recall if I donated to crucible or to CloneDeploy. Do donations to Crucible count?
Edit: I see that the server requiredments are Windows only. Are there plans to extend this to Linux? One of the things I love about Clonedeploy is the capabability to run it on Linux.
First of all I'd like to say that running:
has solved the issue for me (so it seems for now). I kept
in my apache configuration so I'm not really sure if that's also needed or if I only needed to set the system variable. However things are working fine for me now.
For me , mono --version results in:
Mono JIT compiler version 220.127.116.11 (tarball Thu Jan 3 08:42:34 UTC 2019) Copyright (C) 2002-2014 Novell, Inc, Xamarin Inc and Contributors. www.mono-project.com TLS: __thread SIGSEGV: altstack Notifications: epoll Architecture: amd64 Disabled: none Misc: softdebug Interpreter: yes LLVM: yes(600) Suspend: preemptive GC: sgen (concurrent by default)
I experienced this problem in fedora 28 (fully up to date, more specific info available upon request).
in the top level of my apache config.
I found that this didn't work immediately. I had to fully reload some web pages, so it problably means that people should clear their browser caches too (although I didn't bother to do this myself). I think everything is back to normal now. If I see this bug again I will report back.
Edit: Sorry I'm 100% wrong. I'm still encountering the issue.
RE: CD over HTTPS
I just did that.
I booted to the client console. The kernel is 4.13.2 X86_64 (is this new enough?).
The following command fails when the share is encrypted:
mount -t cifs //192.168.254.2/cd_share tmpdir -o user=cd_share_ro,pass=XXX,vers=3.0
The error message I get is:
mount: mounting //18.104.22.168/cd_share on tmpdir failed: No such file or directory
However, if run the same command when the share is unencrypted it works fine.
For some reason using the version of mount on the clients I cannot use the --verbose flag to get debugging information.
Also the authentication works because if I put in a bad password I get a Permission denied error, so it's getting past the authentication and then failing after that.