Another "snort wont install in 2.0 thread"
I had snort installed before. However like everyone else the install would fail. After some searching here on the forum i found THIS thread: http://forum.pfsense.org/index.php/topic,31058.0.html
That worked the first time.
I then updated last night and snort looked like it was uninstalled. When I goto reinstall it, it fails again when it tries to fetch SQL. I try again to enter the code in the thread I linked but it says SQL is already installed.
I think i probably have to uninstall the SQL package and reinstall it manually again. I am very unfamilar with the commands on how to do this.
Furthermore… to help out with the cause here for 2.0 is there anything I should send out, error logs, junk like that, and who to send them to?? Sorry as my post count indicates I'm n00b!
i subscribed to the thread for immediate response.
Furthermore… to help out with the cause here for 2.0 is there anything I should send out, error logs, junk like that, and who to send them to??
if you see errors in your logs, post them to the 2.0 board here.
as for Snort, the maintainer apparently hasn't done much/any testing with 2.0 yet, but he should see your post here.
Do you know the command to remove the SQL install?
- Do you know which MySQL-client you need to install?
- If you have the version you want to uninstall, then go into a shell and use the pkg_delete command
Reference user sws on http://forum.pfsense.org/index.php/topic,30833.0.html
You can type this in your command line directly then initiate the package installation again from the web interface:
This will automatically install mysql-client-5.1.53 and any of it s requirements.
If it said that mysql-client-5.1.52 already installed then remove the mysql-client-5.1.52
and remove also what is using it then install the mysql-client-5.1.53
then install the packages you just removed again, if it needs mysql-client-5.1.52 I think it will also function with mysql-client-5.1.53.
the thread i reference ealier had me install 5.1.53 so ill try that
command: pkg_delete mysql-client5.1.53
ill do this later when im home. thanks.
Is there a way one of the developers/contributors/admins can change this in the package to cause less confusion for future users?
It says no such package installed when i try the commad : pkg_delete mysql-client-5.1.53
not to be confused with the command i wrote earlier in this thread that didnt include the "-" between "client" and "5.1.53"
Any ideas on how to uninstall this package?