Squid Install Question
I new to the world of FreeBSD and pfSense so have a feeling I may get flamed for asking stupid questions.
Anyway, I am testing pfSense to see if it meets a needs of one of our service groups (looks like it will quite well). As part of the test I am looking to install Squid and some of it's other utilities. When I use the package installer from the web interface i get the message:-
_Downloading package configuration file… done.
Saving updated package information... done.
Downloading squid and its dependencies... done.
Checking for successful package installation... failed!
Using the forums I have managed to work out how to do a manual install from the console "pkg_add -r squid" which seemed to go well. I ran "squid -z" to create the cache folders and agaian all seems well.
The main querry I have is shoudl there be a item in the services menu to configure squid? If so I assume that this is not added when you do a manuall install. If so is there a way of adding this or will I need to do all the configuration through config files?
Any help would be appretiated.
ColdFusion last edited by
I would try re-installing the pkg thru the gui or rebooting your pf and try again. I just re-downloaded Snort a little while ago and that went fine.
Just tried that. Did a reboot and reinstall from Gui and same message. I also tried Snort which again gave me the same error.
chudy last edited by
You can always reinstall pfsense but this time install only pfsense package.
If you like to Dig. System logs is a good place to start. then try run @ console squid -Nd1 squid will show you the error
Managed to sort it. As this is a test system I have been playing with it plugged into a 2Wire Adsl router. Turns out the 2wires content filter had been switched on and was blocking access to the packages for download.
Cheers for all the help.