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    Solved Corrupt Snapshot Error Portsnap

    Hello, I am trying to install programs from ports collection in my jail but I am having files/f9b2bc14436e0db36c374a6943cc990c652b5af966ddf17afcf3effc6f657cf6.gz not found -- snapshot corrupt. error when trying to install ports collection via portnsap extract. uname -a output: FreeBSD MyJail...
  2. F

    can't find portsnap command

    Hello everyone ! So I am new to FreeBSD and am really happy to get to use this OS and this is while trying to dive deeper in pfSense firewall things. I had a problem trying to install Composer for some PHP tests, I couldn't install it since the PHAR extension is missing from my system and the...
  3. noodlefling

    Solved wrong openssl library version required after botched system upgrade

    I recently updated from 10.4-RELEASE to 11.2-RELEASE. The upgrade was not clean, as the system ran out of space a couple of times and things got seriously out of whack. There was a rollback that put the system in a weird state. Eventually, I thought I'd gotten it all sorted out. Once it looked...
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    Pkg vs Ports

    Which is the best way of install something here, in your thoughts? If you want, you can explain why do you think what you think. You can like pkg You can like https://www.freshports.org/ Or simply don't have one of your preference and use both or none. Feel free of expound your thoughts and...
  5. clawhammer

    Solved How much space do I need to run portsnap fetch extract?

    I have a 8GB sd card in the pi3 and it ran out of disk space before it even came close to finishing. I thought 8GB would be plenty. Can someone recommend me the correct microSD card size?
  6. BrunolPhilippe

    portsnap fetch issue

    Hello, I have an issue when I do this command: # rm -rf /var/db/portsnap/* # portsnap fetch Looking up portsnap.FreeBSD.org mirrors... none found. Fetching public key from portsnap.FreeBSD.org... done. Fetching snapshot tag from portsnap.FreeBSD.org... done. Fetching snapshot metadata... done...
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    Solved Portsnap snapshots not being updated?

    Starting today it seems that the portsnap snapshots don't get updated. Looking up portsnap.FreeBSD.org mirrors... 6 mirrors found. Fetching snapshot tag from ec2-eu-west-1.portsnap.freebsd.org... done. Latest snapshot on server matches what we already have. No updates needed. Ports tree is...
  8. daBee

    sudoers & ports missing, portsnap fetch fail SOLVED

    Hi folks. Installed FreeBSD-11.0-STABLE-arm-armv6-RPI2-20170203-r313108 onto a Raspberry Pi 2. All is mostly good. It's missing both sudoers and ports, and I have no idea why. As well, there is no login screen, just the login prompt. I would like to install bash and sudo, but portsnap...
  9. A1ex

    Portsnap timeout

    Hi, I've a problem with portsnap fetch # portsnap fetch Looking up portsnap.FreeBSD.org mirrors... 6 mirrors found. Fetching snapshot tag from ec2-ap-northeast-1.portsnap.freebsd.org... done. Fetching snapshot metadata... done. Fetching snapshot generated at Wed Mar 1 04:05:40 SAMT 2017...
  10. Preacher

    Qjail and listing ports to be updated.

    I am using sysutils/qjail for my jails (qjail-5.0). My host system is: FreeBSD 11.0-RELEASE. Normally I would fetch the hosts' ports tree: portsnap fetch update Then I would update the ports tree of the jails: qjail update -p I would normally then be able to list packages which could be...
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    Solved Portsnap snapshot is corrupt

    Recently I have been having issues with updating ports tree with portsnap on FreeBSD 10.3. The common issue I run into is when executing#portsnap fetch update we receive a metadata is corruptSimply running #portsnap fetch update again seems to resolve this issue. Today, however, I ran into the...
  12. W

    Solved Portsnap snapshot is corrupted?

    I am running: portsnap fetch extract And getting the following error: Extracting snapshot... snap/3d9646badc5e9741423ba2aff931bf1db18efefe6e07555f4c80b3df7d603af6.gz: truncated gzip input tar: Error exit delayed from previous erros. Already used: rm -rf /var/db/portsnap/* The HD have 90 GB...