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Old 06-01-2008, 07:40 PM
Ole Ersoy
 
Default cobbler check >> #0: please create directory: -v

Hi,

I just ran cobbler check (On the latest download) and it told me the following:

[root@localhost cobbler]# cobbler check
The following potential problems were detected:
#0: please create directory: -v
#1: directory needs to be created: -v
#2: One or more kickstart templates references default password 'cobbler' and should be changed for security reasons: /etc/cobbler/sample.ks, /etc/cobbler/legacy.ks, /etc/cobbler/sample_end.ks

#0 and #1 seem a bit odd? Any thoughts?

Thanks,
- Ole



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Old 06-02-2008, 02:01 PM
Michael DeHaan
 
Default cobbler check >> #0: please create directory: -v

Ole Ersoy wrote:

Hi,

I just ran cobbler check (On the latest download) and it told me the
following:


[root@localhost cobbler]# cobbler check
The following potential problems were detected:
#0: please create directory: -v
#1: directory needs to be created: -v
#2: One or more kickstart templates references default password
'cobbler' and should be changed for security reasons:
/etc/cobbler/sample.ks, /etc/cobbler/legacy.ks,
/etc/cobbler/sample_end.ks


#0 and #1 seem a bit odd? Any thoughts?

Thanks,
- Ole


Please post the full contents of your /etc/tftp.d/init.d file as well as
what OS you are using (rpm -q --what-provides redhat-release). Since
the default location in F9 (/var/lib/tftpboot) is different than those
in previous versions (/tftpboot), Cobbler needs to parse this file to
find out what location you are using.


It expects to see something like:

server_args = -s /tftpboot

Something in your file is confusing the parser.






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