https://github.com/jamf/NetSUS/blob/master/README.md points to a new NetSUS version 4.0.0. I was able to download the installer but the ova link returns an access denied error for me. Did anybody succeed downloading that version and give it a try? And if 4.0.0 has not really been released yet, does anybody have a link to download the 3.0.2 ova?
Hi, just tried it, definitely a broken link. I thought I had a save copy of 3.0.2 kicking around but I can't find it now.
If you need it urgently I'd give JAMF support a quick email to see if they can escalate it to the right person.
You are all certainly on top of it! It looks like the README was updated a little early. Both the .run file and .ova are now downloadable for those who would like to get an early look at it. Look for a discussion post later this week that will include release notes and updated documentation. For those who are looking for 3.0.2 it is still available at:
After I downloaded the .run file, I typed the command to run it according to the instructions, and all I get is a "command not found" error.
The documentation doesn't say whether I need to have LAMP server, and Samba server already installed. It just lists versions of Linux compatible. Anyone know if these services are required prior to downloading and running this?
Trying this on Ubuntu 14.04.3 LTS Trusty Server.
@eric.krause Wondering about the DHCP server that comes included is 4.2.4-P1 and it seems to have some modifications looking at the patch file... Reason being I was attempting to use DHCP 4.2.5 on RHEL installed via yum but despite using the same dhcpd.conf file that worked with the included dhcpd, the yum installed DHCP server does not seem to respond to BSDP requests (not showing in Startup disk).
Wondering what changes were needed in 4.2.4-P1 that seem not to have made it to 4.2.5? Would like to be able to get BSDP working with "off the shelf" yum installs rather than monolithic .run file, but not sure what magic was need to make dhcpd work with the conf file?
Thanks for any (no matter how high level and quick) answer you've got :]
The patch only seems to do the following:
I'm sorry if I'm repeating information from earlier in the thread/forums or if I'm not giving you the information you need, but I thought it would be a good reference for anyone who wanted insight into why folk couldn't simply use their distribution version of DHCPd to offer netboot images.
@nzmacgeek I couldn't have said that any better. Thanks for the response. The .patch file is included in the NetSUS source and installation if you would like to modify it to work with a more current version of DHCPd. It would require a build from source and not from a distributions package repo.