I have been using FOG to deploy systems for about two years now. I have one FOG server fully and reliably functioning in our main office. A second FOG server, from our branch office, recently began behaving unreliably. Rather than troubleshoot multiple intermittent problems, I decided to simply reinstall Ubuntu and FOG. The hadware on the server has all been tested with QuickTech pro.
Here is the problem:
Ubuntu installs successfully every time.
I successfully run the "cd /opt/fog_0.32/bin" command.
When I try to run the "sudo ./installfog.sh /opt/fog_0.32/bin" to run the installer, I am prompted for the password. I type it in and receive the error "command not found".
I am returned to a command prompt.
From that point forward any command I use in the terminal results in "command not found" or"permission denied". This includes cd.
I have tried a clean install of Ubuntu 11.04 (which is what we run on the reliable server in the main office) . The results are the same.
I have done scores of successful FOG installs on Ubuntu without ever running into anything like this. I am at wit's end. Please advise.