[PC-BSD Testing] PBI weirdness

doverosx at gmail.com doverosx at gmail.com
Fri Jul 24 12:32:33 PDT 2009


brian wrote:
> doverosx at gmail.com wrote On 07/24/2009 03:29 PM:
>> brian wrote:
>>> Kris Moore wrote:
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>>>> That is really weird. If you move the file back into Download/ they still refuse to run? Also, is
>>>> this by running it with ./<pbi> or via dolphin or both?
>>>>
>>>> --
>>>> Kris Moore
>>>> PC-BSD Software
>>>>
>>>> On Fri, 24 Jul 2009, A.Yerenkow wrote:
>>>>
>>>>   
>>>> I just moved them into /Download, tried to run them, and now I can't run PBIs at all - anywhere. I'll wait for the next version of PC-BSD and upgrade. My system works fairly good now as is.
>>>>   
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>> This is all on a clean install?? Can you verify the disc image? Only 
>> way I know how to do so is to get the installer to check the disc. 
>> Maybe K3b or diff can also do the same?
>>
>> Regards,
>> Brodey Dover
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> This is off an upgrade from 7.1.1 burnt to disc with a good md5 sum. 
> The PBIs were downloaded with FF3.5, also with good md5 sums. I 
> actually haven't been able to upgrade any other way for a while now as 
> the system updates refuse to install via the update manager. Something 
> is seriously borked with my PC-BSD install - I just can't  seem to 
> find it. PC-BSD 8.x is looking good as a clean install.
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Can you install from another user account? If you create another user 
account, can you check administrative privileges? IIRC, PC-BSD may have 
taken away your ability to "Administer" the computer.

Brodey
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