Problem with CentOS 7 PXE Install
lange at informatik.uni-koeln.de
Wed Oct 28 13:29:07 CET 2015
>>>>> On Wed, 28 Oct 2015 13:07:10 +0100, Denny Bortfeldt <denny at bortfeldt.net> said:
> I've got a little problem with the CentOS PXE Installation.
> My DHCP/PXE-Server is configured and I'm able to select the
> centos-installation in the pxe menu.
Which FAI version are you using? Which PXE menu do you mean? By
default, there's no PXE menu in FAI.
> FAI also extract the base-tgz and update the system. But after rebooting the CentOS-Systeme,
> there are wrong permissions for "/", which are 700 and therefore no user (except for root) is able to login.
> Now my question: Why are there wrong permissions? Is this wrong in the tgz or is there any process, hook, script which changed them?
By default when doing a CentOS 7 installation with FAI, during the
first boot of the new system, the system will fix some
attributes/permission on the file systems. Maybe this is not working?
Can you please put the fai.log and shell.log of your installation onto
paste.debian.net. If you join the irc channel #fai I can help you much
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