I'm just starting my Flatcar Container Linux journey and I've hit a wall. I'm using an Intel NUC with integrated Intel Gbit NIC as the machine to do my first deployment on. I'm using PXE, configured in my local DHCP server and pointing to my local Synology NAS as a tftp server.
fyi: MAC digits obfuscated, MAC address matching for NUCs works as expected.
Booting without the ignition.config-url kernel option gets me into the login prompt without problems, but booting with the option results in an error when configuring resolved, specifically:
systemd-resolved: Failed to listen on UDP socket 127.0.0.53:53: Cannot assign requested address
systemd-resolved: Failed to start manager: Cannot assign requested address
[FAILED] Failed to start Network Name Resolution
This error, along with a lot of other output, loops every few seconds. During this time, the link light of my network switch stays off which seems to indicate the NIC is not properly initiated during the boot process.
Since I do not know (due to my Linux knowledge level of -infinity) how to capture the tty output from my NUC in a sharable format, I am not able to post the entire log output of the boot process. I hope this error will at least create some follow-up questions which I will hopefully be able to answer with specific output snippets. If it helps, I can put a video of the boot process online.
Does anyone know what I'm doing wrong here?