Packages for 2.2.6 no longer available?
I'm getting this crash when I check the packages:
Crash report begins. Anonymous machine information:
FreeBSD 10.1-RELEASE-p25 #0 c39b63e(releng/10.1)-dirty: Mon Dec 21 15:23:35 CST 2015 root@pfs22-i386-builder:/usr/obj.RELENG_2_2.i386/usr/pfSensesrc/src.RELENG_2_2/sys/pfSense_wrap.10.i386
Crash report details:
[30-Mar-2021 02:34:55 PST8PDT] HTTP error, got response: HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently
[30-Mar-2021 02:35:04 PST8PDT] HTTP error, got response: HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently
[30-Mar-2021 02:35:19 PST8PDT] HTTP error, got response: HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently
Yes, I know it's really old and there are plans for an upgrade. Suggestions until I can do that?
@bruceferrell don't check for packages
@heper Yeah, not a great answer.
I'm sure you realize I'm not "just" checking for packages, but attempting to install something that used to be available.
Only advice I can offer:
Get an old computer from the recycling bin and install a supported version.
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No, packages for older versions are not available with the exception of the most recently retired version. So since 2.5.0 came out back in February, you can still change a system setting and install packages from the 2.4.5_p1 branch (the previous stable version), but you can't go back any farther. And those legacy version packages will not track their counterparts in the RELEASE branch (i.e., they will be potentially an older version and will not be current).
You have a very old version of pfSense, and a 32-bit one at that. There is no longer a 32-bit version of pfSense for AMD/Intel platforms. So if you truly have a 32-bit only box, then you need to upgrade to 64-bit hardware and then upgrade pfSense.