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  1. I'm setting up an SCCM 2012 lab and i need to be able to integrate an existing Linux based PXE environment. Does anyone have any experience in setting up such an environment or perhaps can point me in the right direction while i try to read up on the whole topic?
  2. Is it possible to use a Linux SMB share for the Data Source location?
  3. Hi All, I'm using the following group of products: Windows 2012 (not R2) SCCM 2012 R2 Win PE 4.0 My goal is to deploy a Linux distribution by created an OSD task sequence, following these model: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/steverac/archive/2014/01/02/osd-for-linux-imaging-yes-really.aspx http://systemcenter.no/?p=509 I recognize that this is not supported by design, but dd is a simple enough tool that I am hoping I can make this work easily. So the Order of operations is: 1) Attach to remote location with dd executable and image we're trying to deploy 2) Clean disk on client 3) run command : "dd if=image.bin of=\\?\harddisk0\partition0 bs=4M --progress" However I'm running into the error 80070057, among others you'll see in the logs. Some details: for reasons outside the scope of this task, I am aiming to deploy to the entire disk. Reserving a partition will, I think, break the update system on my linux distro. Willing to try anything - would love to get some help! Here's the log (also attached): https://gist.github.com/smithforrestr/a83d6b154bc459eea62e#file-smsts-log smsts.txt
  4. Hello, everyone! I'm having a bit of trouble trying to get any of my Linux servers to communicate with SCCM. I'm fairly new to Linux, but the SCCM environment is functioning well from a Windows perspective. The issue: Linux client installs ok (installed as root), but is getting a 404 message returned from the management point (there is only 1 MP and no FSP's in this environment). I've re-installed the MP, verified MP functionality, verified authentication method is HTTP and not HTTPS, allowed internet clients (has since been turned off), ran wireshark to verify the client is getting a 404 return from SMS_MP on the MP. I've also added the FQDN of the MP into the hosts file on the Linux client (as well as a machine name alias), and verified I can ping the FQDN and machine name. There are no windows firewalls on the clients, and all ports are open between the MP and the Linux client. I've tried this on other Linux servers with the same exact results. My install command is: ./install -mp FQDN -sitecode SITECODE ccm-Universalx64.tar Linux OS: Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS Windows OS: Server 2012 R2 Latest Linux/Unix client from MS SCCM 2012 R2 up-to-date Both SCCM and the Linux client are VMs. With a fresh client install, I receive these errors in the client log: 2015-08-19T16:19:07,224Z Warning [scx.client.locationservices.RefreshLocationServicesTask:143:23388:139806701348672] Failed to connect to the assigned Management Point. Attempting to resync the management point list. $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 18:19:07.000+120><thread=139806701348672 (0x7fffca9237d8)> 2015-08-19T16:19:07,224Z Error [scx.client.messaging.HttpBroker:66:23388:139806701348672] HttpBroker::Send -- Required parameters empty $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 18:19:07.000+120><thread=139806701348672 (0x7fffca922638)> 2015-08-19T16:19:07,224Z Error [scx.client.LocationServices.UpdateManagementPointData:599:23388:139806701348672] Failed to get the MP List. $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 18:19:07.000+120><thread=139806701348672 (0x7fffca922e68)> 2015-08-19T16:19:07,224Z Error [scx.client.LocationServices.UpdateManagementPointData:637:23388:139806701348672] Failed to get the Management point list from the assigned MP. $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 18:19:07.000+120><thread=139806701348672 (0x7fffca9230e8)> 2015-08-19T16:19:07,224Z Error [scx.client.LocationServices.UpdateManagementPointData:653:23388:139806701348672] Failed to get the Management Point list from all the known sources. $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 18:19:07.000+120><thread=139806701348672 (0x7fffca9230e8)> 2015-08-19T16:19:07,224Z Warning [scx.client.LocationServices.ManagementPointManagerr:219:23388:139806701348672] No Management Points have been returned. Using the assigned Management Point. $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 18:19:07.000+120><thread=139806701348672 (0x7fffca923348)> 2015-08-19T16:19:07,260Z Error [scx.client.locationservices.RefreshLocationServicesTask:152:23388:139806701348672] Failed to connect to the assigned management point even after resync. Management point is unavailable. $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 18:19:07.000+120><thread=139806701348672 (0x7fffca9230c8)> 2015-08-19T16:19:07,260Z Warning [scx.client.FSP::SendDeploymentAssignmentFSPMessage:62:23388:139806701348672] A Fallback Status Point has not been specified. Message with STATEID=604 will not be sent. $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 18:19:07.000+120><thread=139806701348672 (0x7fffca9226b8)> 2015-08-19T16:19:07,260Z Error [scx.client.core.CCMClientMain:480:23388:139806701348672] A System task has failed. Please refer to the log file for details $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 18:19:07.000+120><thread=139806701348672 (0x7fffca9246f8)> I did a fresh re-install of the client, and this time I specified a FSP. I'm now seeing these errors in the trace log: 2015-08-19T17:55:54,763Z Trace [NetworkInterfaceInfo:1297:25633:140664705873728] for net device eth0 ioctl(,SIOCETHTOOL,) fail : Operation not supported $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 19:55:54.000+120><thread=140664705873728 (0x7fffe962d078)> 2015-08-19T17:55:54,763Z Trace [NetworkInterfaceInfo:1297:25633:140664705873728] for net device eth1 ioctl(,SIOCETHTOOL,) fail : Operation not supported $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 19:55:54.000+120><thread=140664705873728 (0x7fffe962d078)> 2015-08-19T17:55:54,764Z Trace [NetworkInterfaceInfo:1297:25633:140664705873728] for net device eth2 ioctl(,SIOCETHTOOL,) fail : Operation not supported $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 19:55:54.000+120><thread=140664705873728 (0x7fffe962d078)> 2015-08-19T17:55:54,764Z Trace [NetworkInterfaceInfo:1297:25633:140664705873728] for net device eth0 ioctl(,SIOCETHTOOL,) fail : Operation not supported $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 19:55:54.000+120><thread=140664705873728 (0x7fffe962d218)> 2015-08-19T17:55:54,764Z Trace [NetworkInterfaceInfo:1297:25633:140664705873728] for net device eth1 ioctl(,SIOCETHTOOL,) fail : Operation not supported $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 19:55:54.000+120><thread=140664705873728 (0x7fffe962d218)> 2015-08-19T17:55:54,764Z Trace [NetworkInterfaceInfo:1297:25633:140664705873728] for net device eth2 ioctl(,SIOCETHTOOL,) fail : Operation not supported $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 19:55:54.000+120><thread=140664705873728 (0x7fffe962d218)> 2015-08-19T17:55:54,765Z Info [scx.client.agents.FSP.FSPStateMessage:1307:25633:140664705873728] Retrieve the value of MACAddress : 00:15:5d:1e:34:27 $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 19:55:54.000+120><thread=140664705873728 (0x7fffe962d658)> 2015-08-19T17:55:54,765Z Trace [scx.client.agents.FSP.FSPStateMessage:1315:25633:140664705873728] CFSPStateMessage::GetMACAddress $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 19:55:54.000+120><thread=140664705873728 (0x7fffe962d658)> 2015-08-19T17:55:54,765Z Trace [scx.client.agents.FSP.FSPStateMessage:592:25633:140664705873728] CFSPStateMessage::SetStateDetails $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 19:55:54.000+120><thread=140664705873728 (0x7fffe962dab8)> 2015-08-19T17:55:54,765Z Trace [scx.client.agents.FSP.FSPStateMessage:1055:25633:140664705873728] CFSPStateMessage::CreateMsg $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 19:55:54.000+120><thread=140664705873728 (0x7fffe962d9d8)> 2015-08-19T17:55:54,765Z Trace [scx.client.agents.FSP.FSPStateMessage:783:25633:140664705873728] CFSPStateMessage::GenerateHeader $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 19:55:54.000+120><thread=140664705873728 (0x7fffe962d0c8)> 2015-08-19T17:55:54,774Z Trace [scx.client.utilities.SCXDataStore.SCXDataStore:1333:25633:140664705873728] Repository location changed to: /opt/microsoft/configmgr/root/ccm $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 19:55:54.000+120><thread=140664705873728 (0x7fffe962c778)> 2015-08-19T17:55:54,782Z Trace [scx.client.utilities.SCXDataStore.SCXDataStore:1442:25633:140664705873728] ----->> Inhale opening file /opt/microsoft/configmgr/root/ccm/sms_client.xml $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 19:55:54.000+120><thread=140664705873728 (0x7fffe962b288)> 2015-08-19T17:55:54,794Z Trace [scx.client.utilities.SCXDataStore.SCXDataStore:1741:25633:140664705873728] There are 1 instances in datastore sms_client $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 19:55:54.000+120><thread=140664705873728 (0x7fffe962c8a8)> 2015-08-19T17:55:54,794Z Trace [scx.client.agents.FSP.FSPStateMessage:968:25633:140664705873728] CFSPStateMessage::GenerateBody $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 19:55:54.000+120><thread=140664705873728 (0x7fffe962d338)> 2015-08-19T17:55:54,795Z Trace [scx.client.agents.FSP.FSPStateMessage:1091:25633:140664705873728] CFSPStateMessage::SendMsg $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 19:55:54.000+120><thread=140664705873728 (0x7fffe962dac8)> 2015-08-19T17:55:54,795Z Trace [scx.client.agents.FSP.FSPStateMessage:1162:25633:140664705873728] Sending the Message.. $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 19:55:54.000+120><thread=140664705873728 (0x7fffe962d5c8)> 2015-08-19T17:55:54,795Z Trace [scx.client.messaging.HttpBroker:90:25633:140664705873728] HttpBroker::Send -- CRL check was not required. $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 19:55:54.000+120><thread=140664705873728 (0x7fffe962d288)> 2015-08-19T17:55:54,826Z Trace [scx.client.messaging.HttpBroker:223:25633:140664667637504] Result of call was: 200 $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 19:55:54.000+120><thread=140664667637504 (0x7fef0b8bf968)> 2015-08-19T17:55:54,830Z Trace [scx.client.agents.FSP.FSPStateMessage:1165:25633:140664705873728] ... Sending Async message done ! $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 19:55:54.000+120><thread=140664705873728 (0x7fffe962d5c8)> 2015-08-19T17:55:54,830Z Info [scx.client.agents.FSP.FSPStateMessage:765:25633:140664705873728] State message with TopicType 800 and TopicId D78D02AC-9620-9CF5-54CB-675B7B51DFAE has been sent to the FSP $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 19:55:54.000+120><thread=140664705873728 (0x7fffe962db58)> 2015-08-19T17:55:54,830Z Trace [scx.client.agents.FSP.FSPStateMessage:412:25633:140664705873728] CFSPStateMessage::~CFSPStateMessage $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 19:55:54.000+120><thread=140664705873728 (0x7fffe962e118)> 2015-08-19T17:55:54,830Z Trace [scx.client.agents.FSP.FSPStateMessage:412:25633:140664705873728] CFSPStateMessage::~CFSPStateMessage $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 19:55:54.000+120><thread=140664705873728 (0x7fffe962e7b8)> 2015-08-19T17:55:54,831Z Info [scx.client.locationservices.RefreshLocationServicesTask:292:25633:140664705873728] Failed to detect the assigned Management capabilities. Fatal error. $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 19:55:54.000+120><thread=140664705873728 (0x7fffe962f9c8)> 2015-08-19T17:55:54,831Z Error [scx.client.core.CCMClientMain:480:25633:140664705873728] A System task has failed. Please refer to the log file for details $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 19:55:54.000+120><thread=140664705873728 (0x7fffe96301d8)> 2015-08-19T17:55:54,831Z Info [scx.client.core.CCMClientMain:488:25633:140664705873728] Sleeping to retry System tasks for 2 minutes. $$<LinuxUNIXClient><08-19-2015 19:55:54.000+120><thread=140664705873728 (0x7fffe96301d8)>
  5. Hi, Currently our manufacturing department is using a physical machine with linux on it serving PXE bootable memtest86+ to the local subnet. They have been managing this server themselves aside from the IT department because we don't really support linux at this time.. but now the person who knew how to use it left, and it stopped working... So now its been put back into IT's hands to get this thing going... and if I need to, I will fix the linux side.... but I would MUCH rather use our existing SCCM setup for this and NOT have multiple PXE/DHCP servers So does anyone know a way to use SCCM to boot into PXE and be presented with memtest86+ to test the memory in that client machine? (this could then be added you the various tutorials on this site because many people would love a way to boot into iso live linux distributions) Here is the linux example: http://wellsie.net/p/286/ Any help is greatly appreciated!
  6. Hello! I've read a lot of articles in web including technet. But I cant find any specific practical information about linux systems support. Is anybody know answer? And could you give me a links to such articles? Thanks
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