Error Code 1 installing anything

jus71n742

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#1
I have tried installing VIM, PHP, and a few other programs.
all give me some version of this.(this is VIM)
Code:
***Error Code 1


Stop in /usr/ports/editors/vim/work/vim72/src
***Error Code 1

Stop in /usr/ports/editors/vim
I have no idea what is going on because I have internet connection
ifconfig -na shows eth0 active and IPv4 shows the IP.
 
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jus71n742

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#3
Not since I installed. which was...last week, also I missed this before
Code:
Script "configure" failed unexpectedly
since I am not running X-11 windows I will try and copy the log file that is supposed to be included in this and post it here as well.
 

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Can you run # portsnap fetch extract, make sure you have nothing in /etc/make.conf (doesn't have to exist), and try again? Make sure you're installing stuff as root, by the way. Side note: you don't need cvsup. It's been superseded by csup(1), which is now part of the base system. To keep your ports tree up to date, portsnap(8) is the base system tool for that.

http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/ports.html
 
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jus71n742

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Code:
Snapshot appears to have been created more than one day into the future!
(is the system clock correct?)
Cowardly refusing to proceed any further
is what I get.
 

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Run date(1). You may find your date and time are incorrect.

I have a similar issue with FreeBSD 8 in a VM. Use ntp to make your life easy.
 
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jus71n742

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Code:
portsnap fetch extract
runs for a couple minutes before
Code:
panic: worklist_remove: not on list
cpuid = 1
uptime: varies
Cannot dump. Device not defined or unavailable. 
Automatic reboot in 15 seconds - press a key on the console to abort
and that is all. won't reboot or anything.
 

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#10
Normally I don't say to just reinstall but if you just installed, you might try installing again.

Maybe something wasn't installed correctly.
 
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jus71n742

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#11
May have to cause this time I got this:
Code:
Fatal trap 12:page fault while in kernel mode
cpuid: 1; apic id =01
fatal virtual address = 0x64e0398
fault code = supervisor read, page not present
instruction pointer = 0x20:0xc0aa92c3
stack pointer = similar number
frame pointer 0x28:similar number
code segment = base 0x0, limit oxfffff, type 0x1b
So I may just reinstall and try it again. might even burn another copy of the CD to rule that out too.
 
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jus71n742

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#12
It still panics when I install anything, just tried PHP and it this time I got:
Code:
panic: bad pte
panic: bufwrite: buffer not busy???
 
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#13
Now watching the system load in order to install
Code:
cda0: FAILURE READ_BIG_MEDIUM_ERROR
at least I think its cda could be confusing it with Linux or something, but it is the CD drive...maybe acd. I have even tried a bootonly and then install over FTP. that takes to long and also hangs or panics. The board Ran it perfectly before and has not been touched, PSU is new and CPU is also brand new (well for this board its a 3.0 p4) and 2 GB of RAM.

I am pretty confused, esp since I am fairly new to Free BSD.
 
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jus71n742

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I went ahead and installed with the above error showing.
and everything runs, installation went through without a hitch.
However the system will still panic
or produce an Error Code 1.
I am using a hub to access the Internet since I need 2 machines in one spot instead of running 2 cables to them.
However I can access the Internet no problem on the second machine. FreeBSD is even downloading the packages and sucessfully
I have no idea what to look for or what to do

So for now I am going back to 7.2, except it also is giving me panics
 

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At this point one should probably consider running some hardware and memory tests. We've had threads about panics caused by stressing the system (i.e. compiling), overheating, etc.
 
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Well 7.2 through Network boot worked over 8.0 Passive FTP, CD/DVD, FTP, and HTTP installs. oh well it just finished installing Bash and VIM and is installing PHP no problem from the ports
 
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