I've been using version 2.0.0-BETA1 22-01-2010 since that day and now, using autoupdate, I tried to upgrade to 25-01-2010 (using URL http://snapshots.pfsense.org/FreeBSD_RELENG_8_1/i386/pfSense_HEAD/.updaters/), but after the upgrade process starts I get this error:
"Something went wrong when trying to update the fstab entry. Aborting upgrade."
What does this mean exactly? Should I restore my backup image from the CF card or the system should work OK, just like before?
BTW I'm using nanobsd version with an ALIX ;)
Last I knew, auto-upgrade wasn't working properly for nanobsd.
Don't get the update from the .updaters directory, just go for the one in the normal "updates" directory instead. At the moment it seems that console upgrades are working better than webgui upgrades, but I haven't tried in a while.
Just to be sure… how should I use the files in the "updates" directory? Using "Invoke pfSense Manual Upgrade" and uploading the file with that web form?
Correct, you can do it that way, just be sure the size of the upgrade image matches what you have on your CF. For example, if you originally used the 4GB CF image, you need the 4GB update file.
Well I guess I'm still out of luck, the latest update for 1GB CF is from 22-01, the same I already got :(
Anybody knows what's going on with the snapshot server?
Only one size NanoBSD image is built for each run. It looks like the oldest one is the 1GB image so it will be the next one built. Not sure why there wasn't an image yesterday (or yet today) but it should turn up eventually.
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From the build log, it doesn't look like it is working at the moment.