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    mkdir: missing operand - While trying to install clonzezilla DRBL


    What do i have to do to get this to work

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    You could copy the pertinent text from the terminal and paste it here using the QUOTE tags, that way someone could read it.

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    root@clonezilla:~# sudo dcs
    Now the clonezilla mode is: select-in-client
    Setting the TERM as xterm
    mkdir: missing operand
    Try `mkdir --help' for more information.
    ************************************************** ***.
    ************************************************** ***.
    Clean all the previous saved config file if they exist...done!
    Please make sure your is a directory!!!
    We can NOT go on! Press "c" to enter command prompt or any other key to quit the program...

    This is for all clients, so we remove other host-based PXE config files in /tftpboot/nbi_img/pxelinux.cfg/ and keep /tftpboot/nbi_img/pxelinux.cfg/default only.
    Clean all the previous saved PXELINUX config file if they exist...done!
    If you want to use authentication mechanism for PXE Linux boot in the client, use drbl-pxelinux-passwd in the server. For more info, run "drbl-pxelinux-passwd -h".
    PS. Next time you can run this command directly:
    drbl-ocs -b -l en_US.UTF-8 -y1 -p poweroff select_in_client
    This command is also saved as this file name for later use if necessary: /tmp/ocs-select-in-client-2013-07-24-15-12
    done!

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    You had an error in the use of the 'mkdir' command, that's what the missing operand message is telling you. You didn't post the mkdir command you used so hard to guess what the problem might be.

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