LCDProc-Dev No digital signature



  • Can not install LCDProc-dev it says

    Beginning package installation for LCDproc-dev .
    Downloading package configuration file… done.
    Saving updated package information... done.
    Downloading LCDproc-dev and its dependencies...
    Checking for package installation...
    Downloading https://files.pfsense.org/packages/10/All/lcdproc-0.5.6-amd64.pbi ...  (extracting)
    ERROR: No digital signature! If you are SURE you trust this PBI, re-install with --no-checksig option.
    of lcdproc-0.5.6-amd64 failed!

    Installation aborted.Removing package...
    Starting package deletion for lcdproc-0.5.6-amd64...done.
    Removing LCDproc-dev components...
    Tabs items... done.
    Menu items... done.
    Services... done.
    Loading package instructions...
    Include file lcdproc.inc could not be found for inclusion.
    Removing package instructions...done.
    Auxiliary files... done.
    Package XML... done.
    Configuration... done.
    done.
    Failed to install package.

    Installation halted.


  • Netgate Administrator

    Yep, not currently signed. You can allow unsigned packages but it's currently somewhat broken. See:
    https://forum.pfsense.org/index.php?topic=83747.0

    Steve



  • Yes, I have worked and made fixes to this package in past.  I just can't install now to work on it.  I do not know how to get past the signature .. I mean I not know of way to install pbi without using web page .. use command prompt is possible?


  • Netgate Administrator

    There's a check box in the webgui, I think it's in System: Advanced: Miscellaneous:

    Steve



  • Thank you, you are correct.. it is at the bottom of Misc tab in advanced settings. Now I wonder if I have skills to get this working hehe



  • @Topper727:

    Thank you, you are correct.. it is at the bottom of Misc tab in advanced settings. Now I wonder if I have skills to get this working hehe

    Hope you do! Would be nice to have a working lcdproc-dev. If you read the thread Steve pointed you to, the issue seems to be that LCDd in the lcdproc-dev pbi some way messes up the path to LCDd.cong when it is pointed to /usr/local/etc


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