On my server Linux Redhat i want to configure dhcp server but when i check the dhcp status the dhcpd was stopped and i try to invoked or to start it failed. Even when open the graphical mode service configuration, check the box and click start the output error message is dhcp failed. the error: Starting dhcpd:Failed.
How would i start the dhcpd service to run
have f13 runing and finished configuring dhcp. but i tried to start the service using '/etc/init.d/dhcpd restart and service dhcpd start', i failed in return. pls what could be responsible? tried starting the service but still failed. could anything be stopping it?output from /var/log/messages says;
line 1: this version of ISC DHCP is based on the release available line 2: features have been added and other changes line 3: have been made to the base software release in order to make line 4: it work better with this distribution line 5: please report for this software via the RedHat Bugzilla site: line 6: http://bugzilla.redhat.com line 7: exiting.
For some weird reason dhcpd fails to startup, but when I installed gadmin's dhcpd GUI configuration tool and click activate to start the DHCP server. It works, but for some reason I can't get it to start like a regular service. (Service dhcpd start) Fails without a error code or message.
I just got the problem while starting the dhcp daemon. Its showing failed. I need to start it for my clients to be autoinstalled. I am having CentOS 5.2 linux. I've installed all optional packages also while installing CentOS. How to start the dhcp daemon? I've tried the /etc/init.d/dhcpd start also. But it didnt work. Showing Failed.
Currently I have my eth0 interface getting a DHCP address but at times the DHCP server will not be reachable. Sooo what I would like my server to do is if it cannot find a DHCP server assign a static address to eth0. Then start the DHCP service so it can then dish out some addresses.How can I do this? Surely it is possible
I'm trying to build a Fedora 12 cluster to run DHCP on top of two servers using pacemaker and drbd. The pacemaker runs great but i'm having the hardest time getting DRBD installed.
My kernel version is 18.104.22.168-99.fc12.i686.PAE First i tried to [root@dhcp-primary drbd]#yum install drbd this doesn't give me everything because apparently the kernel module for DRBD must be built from source. so i unpacked drbd-8.3.6.tar.gz and tried :
I'm not very experienced in compiling from source i'd love to make an rpm for this but after scouring the web and trying different install methods, I am still at a loss.
when i started bind9, it showed me this error, Can anyone help me in this, according to me i dont have a file sysklogd so i can not restart that. that is why i think iam getting error while starting bind9. How to get that file and how to get started Bind9.
I have an embedded device for which I've created an html configuration page. This page allows you to set static IPs, dhcp, and can scan for wireless devices.My problem is that in order to access the device it requires that it runs as a dhcp server otherwise people are not assigned an IP and so can not access the embedded devices static IP. (This config page is for the laymen and so they are not the type who are able to set up their own static IPs). One of the potential options is to have the device connect to the network on eth0 acting as a dhcp client. However this prevents me from running a dhcp server.One solution I can think of is running a dhcp server only if it doesn't detect another dhcp server running on the network.
I have an embedded device for which I've created an html configuration page. This page allows you to set static IPs, dhcp, and can scan for wireless devices. My problem is that in order to access the device it requires that it runs as a dhcp server otherwise people are not assigned an IP and so can not access the embedded devices static IP. (This config page is for the laymen and so they are not the type who are able to set up their own static IPs). One of the potential options is to have the device connect to the network on eth0 acting as a dhcp client. However this prevents me from running a dhcp server. One solution I can think of is running a dhcp server only if it doesn't detect another dhcp server running on the network. However I have no idea how this could be setup.
I have a small office setup all on public ips and was trying to work out the best way to move the wearhouse computers on to private ips and leave offices on public ips I have server with 2 nics and i have two switches What i am after is how to set it up so all computers can still see each other but private can not access net All the office computers via switch 1 Public IPs All the wearhouse computers via switch 2 Private IPs
1 DHCP server 3 Routers from ISPs going to switch one Both switches going to DHCP Server
In my instructions for LAN boot, I am up to the next step :"You need the DHCP server software. If your distribution has none then you can use dhcp-3.1.3 and compile it."ok, so in F11 Live USB . . . I have downloaded and extracted files - they are still in Download directory . . .
Code: [root@localhost Download]# dir dhcp-3.1.3 dhcp-3.1.3.tar.gz
I am trying to set up a DHCP server for a network that does not go on the Internet using fedora 14. I have tried several site and every one I look at has a different dhcpd.conf file. I have tried many and every time I try to start the service they fail. Like I said it does not go on the Internet. No matter what I do when I try to start the dhcpd service it fails code...
I just got DHCP working, but I need to add a "Pre-Defined Option" for the Cisco VoIP network here. At least that's what it's called in Windows. This "Pre-defined Option 150" is necessary on Windows dhcp servers tied to Cisco VoIP networks, but I have no idea where to start getting that set up in Fedora.
Now when I try to pull an Ip from the 22.214.171.124/24 subnet I do not see the options in the DHCPACK from the server. The client gets an IP 126.96.36.199 but no options are present in the DHCPACK or any other DHCP transaction. I have confirmed this trhough tcpdumps on the server and client.
The server version I am using is:
The version of the DHCP server is :
Internet Systems Consortium DHCP Server V3.0.6-Fedora
I was working on my Drupal test site (running Fedora 11) when it froze. I had to hold down the power button to get it to shut off. When I booted back up, I received the error message "Your system had a kernel failure" after logging in. When I tried to access my test site's ip address or 127.0.0.1, I get the error message "unable to connect". However, I can access and log into Webmin (version 1.440) at 127.0.0.1:10000. Then I noticed that my Apache Web Server (Apache version 2.2.15) was not started. When I try to start it, I get the error message:"Failed to start apache. I'm using Fedora 11, Drupal 6.2 and Apache version 2.2.15.
I've been trying to get my internal microphone to work in F12, and as part of the things I've tried I had the seemingly bad idea of reinstalling pulseaudio. The problem now is that pulseaudio fails to start... The following is from /var/log/messages, and is repeated several times:Code:Nov 24 08:51:20 localhost pulseaudio: main.c: Daemon startup without any loaded modules, refusing to work.
I have fedora 12 32 bits installed on a Macbook pro (intel core duo) I did "yum update" this morning, I have restarted the system and got the following message:Starting abrt daemon: abrtd: Failed to start: got sig 2 FAILEDI have browsed in the web but I cannot find useful information. Then I typed:$rpm -qa | grep abrt
I rebuilt my box with Fedora 14. installed httpd, mysql php etc. when I tried to start my httpd it was giving me error about finding the root document and server name I was able to fix temp the issue with the name by placing ServerName 192.168.1.105:80 in the httpd.conf file and the root document somehow was fixed also. but I am still can't start the httpd and no error message except that it failed. I also disabled Selinix but still no luck.
after upgrading VirtualBox from 3.0.x to VirtualBox-OSE-3.1.2-1.fc12.x86_64 VBox fails to start any virtual machine with error: Failed to open/create the internal network 'HostInterfaceNetworking-eth0' (VERR_SUPDRV_COMPONENT_NOT_FOUND).
I get FATAL: Error inserting vboxnetflt (/lib/modules/188.8.131.52-174.2.19.fc12.x86_64/extra/VirtualBox-OSE/vboxnetflt.ko): Invalid module format FATAL: Error inserting vboxnetadp (/lib/modules/184.108.40.206-174.2.19.fc12.x86_64/extra/VirtualBox-OSE/vboxnetadp.ko): Invalid module format Kernel is (obviously) kernel-220.127.116.11-174.2.19.fc12.x86_64, but same thing happens with any installed kernel, IE kernel-rt-18.104.22.168-1.rt20.1.fc12.ccrma.x86_64
I reinstalled VBox and kmods got rebuilt but the problem persists.
I am having some problems installing Fedora 15 64-bit. I use the install DVD. I have an AMD Phenom and a NVidia 8600GTS. When I install using the normal method, my screen freezes somewhere in the settings screen for choosing the computer name. If I use the basic video driver for installing I have no problem. However after everything is installed, and Fedora starts, Gnome says that it failed to start and some features are not available.
I found some information at [URL] that I tried. However after installing kmod-nvidia and rebooting I no longer see any graphical display. A lot of text is on the screen without any error, but no x-windows appears. What can I do to install Fedora correctly and have a good working system? Is the 32-bit version easier to get it working? How can you recover from a system that does not start? What I could do to recover from it.
I'm curious if anybody can shed some light for me in this department. We're in a large environment with a Windows DHCP Server. We have been tinkering with LTSP on Edubuntu as thin and fat clients. It works great, but right now we just have 1 server handling the lab, which works fine unless we want to expand, which may be very possible.
These are the instructions I received: Login to your windows server and load the DHCP configuration screen Create a DHCP reservation for the MAC address you obtained Add the configuration options below to enable the machine to boot from the LTSP server 017 Root Path: /opt/ltsp/i386 066 Boot Server Host Name: <ip address> 067 Bootfile Name: ltsp/arch/pxelinux.0 # Specify CPU architecture in place of 'arch', for instance 'i386'
I'm curious, what if I want to have multiple Ubuntu servers on the network that I want to have bootable? For example, let's say I have 3 labs, and 3 servers. Server A to Lab A, Server B to Lab B, and Server C to Lab C. I want all C's computers to boot to C, and B to B, A to A, etc.
1 - How would I add multiple entries on the Windows DHCP Server to allow all 3 (A B C) servers to boot?
2 - How would I be able to isolate the clients so ONLY Lab A clients boot to Server A, etc?