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Default Updates are not showing in fresh installed system
In a fresh installed 9.0-RELEASE,

"pc-updatemanager check" from CLI or a check from the gui showing " Your system is fully updated but there should
but this updates should show.
[ ] patch-csh-manpath-01182012.txz 18-Jan-2012 17:17 368
[ ] patch-foomatic-update-01252012.txz 25-Jan-2012 16:28 42M
[ ] patch-sysctl-shm-fix-01182012.txz 18-Jan-2012 17:14 376 ...

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Tried changing the mirror to fetch the files from GUI as well as CLI and downloading those files from
files from http://ftp.fr.freebsd.org/pub/PC-BSD...es/9.0/noarch/.

Now from root terminal..
pc-updatemanager install patch-foomatic-update-01252012.txz gives.
ERROR: Invalid update: patch-foomatic-update-01252012.txz
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Please tell me what I am missing in here ?
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If you run "pc-updatemanager check" what does it return?
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Originally Posted by kmoore134 View Post
If you run "pc-updatemanager check" what does it return?
It returns: "No updates available for 9.0!"

And there should be, for I saw them once, but no in the last install.
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Interesting, can you paste output of this?

# ls /var/db/pc-updatemanager/installed/9.0/
# ls /var/db/pc-updatemanager/available/9.0/
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Both commands output nothing.
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Old 02-07-2012, 07:20 PM
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Maybe this helps...
Quote:
# host sysupdate.pcbsd.org
sysupdate.pcbsd.org is an alias for ftp.pcbsd.org.
ftp.pcbsd.org has address 149.20.61.92
ftp.pcbsd.org has IPv6 address 2001:4f8:3:3d::90
# ping sysupdate.pcbsd.org
PING ftp.pcbsd.org (149.20.61.92): 56 data bytes
36 bytes from int-0-0-1-0.r1.sql1.isc.org (149.20.65.10): Destination Host Unreachable
Vr HL TOS Len ID Flg off TTL Pro cks Src Dst
4 5 00 5400 d9de 0 0000 31 01 afcb my.local.net.ip 149.20.61.92
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Old 02-08-2012, 04:15 PM
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Yes, that is the issue. Our master FTP server is down at the moment with
a hardware fault, once it comes back up the online updates will resume
as normal.
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