I cant find the snort on Available packages



  • Hi team
    Could you please help me with this issue, why I cant find snort the old verson on packages .

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  • Global Moderator

    Hello,
    What is your pfSense version? Do you see any other packages?



  • The version is pfSense-CE-2.4.4-RELEASE-p1-amd64


  • Banned

    Make sure pfSense has internet access, or it can't update the list of available packages.



  • And I see other packages ,

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  • Global Moderator

    can you share your "Installed packages" screen?



  • Installed packages" screen
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  • @esm said in I cant find the snort on Available packages:

    And I see other packages ,

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    The slider on the right side gives you access to the other packages.
    You could also hit Ctrl-F and enter snort + enter to find it.

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  • You could compare it with the screenshot you sent me the snort no there,
    if it possible could you please send me pfsense do you installed

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  • I use :
    2.4.4-RELEASE-p1 (amd64)
    built on Mon Nov 26 11:40:26 EST 2018
    FreeBSD 11.2-RELEASE-p4

    Your "CE" seems to be different.


  • Rebel Alliance Developer Netgate

    Did you maybe install the package by hand/offline somehow?

    From an ssh or console shell prompt, what do these commands show?

    pkg info -x snort

    pkg search snort

    pkg -vv



  • pkg info -x snort

    pkg search snort

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    Command pkg -vv
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  • @ESM
    The last command is missing a lot of info :

    [2.4.4-RELEASE][admin@pfsense.verylocal.net]/root: pkg -vv
    Version                 : 1.10.5
    PKG_DBDIR = "/var/db/pkg";
    PKG_CACHEDIR = "/var/cache/pkg";
    PORTSDIR = "/usr/ports";
    INDEXDIR = "";
    INDEXFILE = "INDEX-11";
    HANDLE_RC_SCRIPTS = false;
    DEFAULT_ALWAYS_YES = false;
    ASSUME_ALWAYS_YES = false;
    REPOS_DIR [
        "/etc/pkg/",
        "/usr/local/etc/pkg/repos/",
    ]
    PLIST_KEYWORDS_DIR = "";
    SYSLOG = true;
    ABI = "FreeBSD:11:amd64";
    ALTABI = "freebsd:11:x86:64";
    DEVELOPER_MODE = false;
    VULNXML_SITE = "http://vuxml.freebsd.org/freebsd/vuln.xml.bz2";
    FETCH_RETRY = 3;
    PKG_PLUGINS_DIR = "/usr/local/lib/pkg/";
    PKG_ENABLE_PLUGINS = true;
    PLUGINS [
    ]
    DEBUG_SCRIPTS = false;
    PLUGINS_CONF_DIR = "/usr/local/etc/pkg/";
    PERMISSIVE = false;
    REPO_AUTOUPDATE = true;
    NAMESERVER = "";
    HTTP_USER_AGENT = "pkg/1.10.5";
    EVENT_PIPE = "";
    FETCH_TIMEOUT = 30;
    UNSET_TIMESTAMP = false;
    SSH_RESTRICT_DIR = "";
    PKG_ENV {
    }
    PKG_SSH_ARGS = "";
    DEBUG_LEVEL = 0;
    ALIAS {
    }
    CUDF_SOLVER = "";
    SAT_SOLVER = "";
    RUN_SCRIPTS = true;
    CASE_SENSITIVE_MATCH = false;
    LOCK_WAIT = 1;
    LOCK_RETRIES = 5;
    SQLITE_PROFILE = false;
    WORKERS_COUNT = 0;
    READ_LOCK = false;
    PLIST_ACCEPT_DIRECTORIES = false;
    IP_VERSION = 0;
    AUTOMERGE = true;
    VERSION_SOURCE = "";
    CONSERVATIVE_UPGRADE = true;
    PKG_CREATE_VERBOSE = false;
    AUTOCLEAN = false;
    DOT_FILE = "";
    REPOSITORIES {
    }
    VALID_URL_SCHEME [
        "pkg+http",
        "pkg+https",
        "https",
        "http",
        "file",
        "ssh",
        "ftp",
        "ftps",
        "pkg+ssh",
        "pkg+ftp",
        "pkg+ftps",
    ]
    ALLOW_BASE_SHLIBS = false;
    WARN_SIZE_LIMIT = 1048576;
    METALOG = "";
    OSVERSION = 1102000;
    IGNORE_OSVERSION = false;
    
    
    Repositories:
      pfSense-core: {
        url             : "pkg+https://pkg.pfsense.org/pfSense_v2_4_4_amd64-core",
        enabled         : yes,
        priority        : 0,
        mirror_type     : "SRV",
        signature_type  : "FINGERPRINTS",
        fingerprints    : "/usr/local/share/pfSense/keys/pkg"
      }
      pfSense: {
        url             : "pkg+https://pkg.pfsense.org/pfSense_v2_4_4_amd64-pfSense_v2_4_4",
        enabled         : yes,
        priority        : 0,
        mirror_type     : "SRV",
        signature_type  : "FINGERPRINTS",
        fingerprints    : "/usr/local/share/pfSense/keys/pkg"
      }
    


  • Who can I get this info ?



  • Like the other commands :
    Use the console access, option 8 and type your command.
    When done, select the output and paste it here.
    Selecting the output is not a screen shot, but use your mouse and select the text, and then Ctrl-C (Copie).
    Do a paste here. Ctrl-V

    Very ancient, last century commands, actually ^^

    Btw : use the SSH console access, and a program ssh client called Putty. Nearly every admin (of something, could even your coffee machine) on planet earth uses Putty.


  • Rebel Alliance Developer Netgate

    Based on the pkg info -x snort output, it is already installed.

    Remove it with pkg delete pfSense-pkg-snort snort and then it should show up to install again.



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  • [2.4.4-RELEASE][admin@pfSense.localdomain]/root: pkg -vv
    Version : 1.10.5
    PKG_DBDIR = "/var/db/pkg";
    PKG_CACHEDIR = "/var/cache/pkg";
    PORTSDIR = "/usr/ports";
    INDEXDIR = "";
    INDEXFILE = "INDEX-11";
    HANDLE_RC_SCRIPTS = false;
    DEFAULT_ALWAYS_YES = false;
    ASSUME_ALWAYS_YES = false;
    REPOS_DIR [
    "/etc/pkg/",
    "/usr/local/etc/pkg/repos/",
    ]
    PLIST_KEYWORDS_DIR = "";
    SYSLOG = true;
    ABI = "FreeBSD:11:amd64";
    ALTABI = "freebsd:11:x86:64";
    DEVELOPER_MODE = false;
    VULNXML_SITE = "http://vuxml.freebsd.org/freebsd/vuln.xml.bz2";
    FETCH_RETRY = 3;
    PKG_PLUGINS_DIR = "/usr/local/lib/pkg/";
    PKG_ENABLE_PLUGINS = true;
    PLUGINS [
    ]
    DEBUG_SCRIPTS = false;
    PLUGINS_CONF_DIR = "/usr/local/etc/pkg/";
    PERMISSIVE = false;
    REPO_AUTOUPDATE = true;
    NAMESERVER = "";
    HTTP_USER_AGENT = "pkg/1.10.5";
    EVENT_PIPE = "";
    FETCH_TIMEOUT = 30;
    UNSET_TIMESTAMP = false;
    SSH_RESTRICT_DIR = "";
    PKG_ENV {
    }
    PKG_SSH_ARGS = "";
    DEBUG_LEVEL = 0;
    ALIAS {
    }
    CUDF_SOLVER = "";
    SAT_SOLVER = "";
    RUN_SCRIPTS = true;
    CASE_SENSITIVE_MATCH = false;
    LOCK_WAIT = 1;
    LOCK_RETRIES = 5;
    SQLITE_PROFILE = false;
    WORKERS_COUNT = 0;
    READ_LOCK = false;
    PLIST_ACCEPT_DIRECTORIES = false;
    IP_VERSION = 0;
    AUTOMERGE = true;
    VERSION_SOURCE = "";
    CONSERVATIVE_UPGRADE = true;
    PKG_CREATE_VERBOSE = false;
    AUTOCLEAN = false;
    DOT_FILE = "";
    REPOSITORIES {
    }
    VALID_URL_SCHEME [
    "pkg+http",
    "pkg+https",
    "https",
    "http",
    "file",
    "ssh",
    "ftp",
    "ftps",
    "pkg+ssh",
    "pkg+ftp",
    "pkg+ftps",
    ]
    ALLOW_BASE_SHLIBS = false;
    WARN_SIZE_LIMIT = 1048576;
    METALOG = "";
    OSVERSION = 1102000;
    IGNORE_OSVERSION = false;

    Repositories:
    pfSense-core: {
    url : "pkg+https://pkg.pfsense.org/pfSense_v2_4_4_amd64-core",
    enabled : yes,
    priority : 0,
    mirror_type : "SRV",
    signature_type : "FINGERPRINTS",
    fingerprints : "/usr/local/share/pfSense/keys/pkg"
    }
    pfSense: {
    url : "pkg+https://pkg.pfsense.org/pfSense_v2_4_4_amd64-pfSense_ v2_4_4",
    enabled : yes,
    priority : 0,
    mirror_type : "SRV",
    signature_type : "FINGERPRINTS",
    fingerprints : "/usr/local/share/pfSense/keys/pkg"
    }
    [2.4.4-RELEASE][admin@pfSense.localdomain]/root:
    [2.4.4-RELEASE][admin@pfSense.localdomain]/root:



  • Good !
    But @jimp solved it for you already - packages are not listed on the package page when they are already installed.
    Something went wrong when installing : at least the GUI part is missing (and maybe more).

    Remove all packages that are missing in the GUI, but are present on your system. They will show up after that on the "packages to install" list.

    Test - install a small package like "Notes" - look carefully at the install logs. Something odd ? Did the package install well => Can you see - access it under Status => Notes ?



  • Thanks !
    Up vote @jimp - 2 post above. He brought you the solution.



  • Thanks for your big help


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