When using the Update Manager GUI tool in PC BSD 9.0 (based on FreeBSD) I get the following message. Code:Failed to install:BugFix: Adds complete foomatic set, 8000+ new printer drivers Possible causes: Dropped internet connection or low disk space. I don't see how it can be the internet connection because I've been able to get on the Web all day using firefox, yet I tried this upgrade several times and it failed each time. I suppose it could be disk space but I have a 120 GB SSD drive on which I only have BSD installed. I installed bsd about two days ago (for the first time ever) and I have created no user data on the computer yet, so I should have plenty of space. There might be a space limit on some folder I suppose but I don't know how to check that and I can't find where the GUI Disk Utility is on this (I'm using XFCE). Here is what df is telling me (not sure what it all means though, it's a bit different from Linux). Code: Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Avail Capacity Mounted on /dev/label/rootfs0 2015516 428008 1426268 23% / devfs 1 1 0 100% /dev /dev/label/var0 2063900 82704 1816084 4% /var /dev/label/usr0 109276676 22075588 78458956 22% /usr procfs 4 4 0 100% /proc linprocfs 4 4 0 100% /compat/linux/proc /dev/da0s2 31310928 64 31310864 0% /mnt Should I be concerned about the 100% capacity in some of the above folders? If so, how can I rectify the problem? Don't see why it would get so full so fast.