Restore Console Menu



  • How Restore Console Menu,  after  remove /root ?

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    was:

    ** Welcome to pfSense 2.1-pfSense (i386) on ***

    WAN (wan)                -> re0        -> 2.2.2.2
      LAN (lan)                -> re1        -> 1.1.1.1

    1. Logout (SSH only)                  8 ) Shell
    2. Assign Interfaces                  9) pfTop
    3. Set interface(s) IP address      10) Filter Logs
    4. Reset webConfigurator password    11) Restart webConfigurator
    5. Reset to factory defaults        12) pfSense Developer Shell
    6. Reboot system                    13) Upgrade from console
    7. Halt system                      14) Enable Secure Shell (sshd)
    8. Ping host

  • Banned

    Huh, what "remove /root"?  :o ???



  • @doktornotor:

    Huh, what "remove /root"?  :o ???

    Yes, was many Files in /root/ files  x.x.x.x:yyyy-x.x.x.x:yyyyy  - 4 GB
    Argument list too long error for rm  :(

    /root exists, but is empty (


  • Banned

    @anzak84:

    Yes, was many Files in /root/ files  x.x.x.x:yyyy-x.x.x.x:yyyyy  - 4 GB

    Double huh?

    You can run /etc/rc.initial to get the menu. Otherwise, upgrade to the latest 2.1.1 snapshot or wait for 2.1.1 release or simply reinstall and restore config.



  • @doktornotor:

    @anzak84:

    Yes, was many Files in /root/ files  x.x.x.x:yyyy-x.x.x.x:yyyyy  - 4 GB

    Double huh?

    You can run /etc/rc.initial to get the menu. Otherwise, upgrade to the latest 2.1.1 snapshot or wait for 2.1.1 release or simply reinstall and restore config.

    Copy Files from /root (pfSense-LiveCD.iso ) to /root. Reboot ->

    Working.  Thank you, Doktornotor!


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