New install i386 last build problems
When setting up the interfaces it gives a error:
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ')' in /etc/inc/pfsense-utils.inc on line 991
Nachtfalke last edited by
I've got the same problem and error und build 30.11.2010
hec last edited by
you need just insert a ( in line 991
$new_boot_config = 'console="comconsole"');
$new_boot_config = ('console="comconsole"');
and all is working
the only question is why bugs like that are not found before building the images
hec last edited by
btw the amd64 images have the same bug
eri-- last edited by
Let's see if the squid + squidguard will work again because yesterday was giving an error…
Same thing :( error in line 991
There is not a new snapshot yet. Wait for a new snapshot and try again.
JSmorada last edited by
When I applied the latest update the interfaces lost their ip addreses. Every time I attempted to set the interface ip addresses some error messages appeared and the console went back to the main pfsense menu. Unfortunately they flew by so fast I couldn't catch the exact messages. The same thing happened no matter which menu option I picked except for the shell. I ended up reinstalling 2.0 beta from the cd and applied the latest update with the same results. I've now reverted to the 2.0 beta from the CD and am in the process of manually downloading the next to last update from the snapshot web site. I wish I could give you specific information on what's going on but I'm not a linux guru…
It has already been fixed. Wait for a new snapshot. No more info is needed until a new snapshot has been generated.
leo24 last edited by
I have had the same problem today and several rounds of loading different images before I got online again.
Suggestion: in the update process, why not give us a list of the 10 last images, that way you do not have to update to the last one (if that has errors, like today) and you also do not have to wait to the next build …..
I know you can download the images manually, but I think this will be a nice "extra service" for those who update frequently.