Offline package repository



  • I'm trying to setup an offline package repository on an ubuntu 12.04 lts server, I followed the wiki https://doc.pfsense.org/index.php/Creating_Your_Own_Package_Repository and ran the git clone.

    I am able to run the test.php and get a good return but running pkg_test.php returns nothing and looking in the apache error.log shows

    PHP Fatal error:  Call to a member function kindOf() on a non-object in /var/www/pfSense/xmlrpc_client.inc on line 1856

    I am out of ideas trying to get this to work, any ideas?



  • @Moosecall:

    I'm trying to setup an offline package repository on an ubuntu 12.04 lts server, I followed the wiki https://doc.pfsense.org/index.php/Creating_Your_Own_Package_Repository and ran the git clone.

    I am able to run the test.php and get a good return but running pkg_test.php returns nothing and looking in the apache error.log shows

    PHP Fatal error:  Call to a member function kindOf() on a non-object in /var/www/pfSense/xmlrpc_client.inc on line 1856

    I am out of ideas trying to get this to work, any ideas?

    What steps did you follow. Did you  do the old steps for previous  versions by accident as well?



  • I followed the steps listed in the wiki, it breaks at step 3 running the second php test script.  I am only following the steps for 2.0 setup as the firewalls that will be using it are 2.1.  I did try having a firewall pull from it but as expected no joy.

    The server is a fresh install of Ubuntu 12.04 lts server, that is doing nothing else.  I installed apache, git and php.



  • @Moosecall:

    I followed the steps listed in the wiki, it breaks at step 3 running the second php test script.  I am only following the steps for 2.0 setup as the firewalls that will be using it are 2.1.  I did try having a firewall pull from it but as expected no joy.

    The server is a fresh install of Ubuntu 12.04 lts server, that is doing nothing else.  I installed apache, git and php.

    You sure the git clones were successful?


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