[PC-BSD Testing] PC-BSD 9.0-BETA3 Available
julian at freebsd.org
Thu Oct 6 10:20:34 PDT 2011
On 10/5/11 5:38 AM, Kris Moore wrote:
> On 10/04/11 17:19, Julian Elischer wrote:
>>>> On 10/1/11 10:12 AM, Kris Moore wrote:
>>>>> The third BETA release of the upcoming PC-BSD 9.0 is now available!
>>>>> release includes the latest FreeBSD 9.0-BETA3 base, along with
>>>>> numerous bug fixes and enhancemen....
>> upgrading from B2 to B3 a lot of things don't work..
>> Imagemagick shows a logo screen and then stops.
> Was Imagemagick apart of the base, or installed via PBI / port?
it was a PBI
was the same before and after the upgrade.. just didn't do anything,
so it's not just a B3 problem.
>> When I click on the new Firefox 7.01 logo (6.3 seemed to work after
>> ethupgrade but then I upgraded it too) the little firefoxy thing
>> bounces around next to the cursor for a few seconds and then just goes
>> away.. firefox never appears. ditto for chromium.
>> /var/log/messages syas chrome was getting signal 11 but is now getting
>> signal 6. NO messages from FireFox
>> (or anything else except org.kde.powerdeveil.backlighthelper).
> If you un-install both FF / chrome and install fresh again via AppCafe
> do they run properly? I had fixed some issues with that recently.
I'll let you know.. takes a lot of time to donwnload them.
>> I tried FLightgear for fun.. it comes up with
>> "KDEinit: could not launch /usr/pbi/flightgear-amd64/sbin/fgrun"
>> (message manually copied)
>> No other messages anywhere I can see.
> Thanks, fixed this in SVN :)
I should reinstall when?
>> In addition, when the browsers were running (in B2), neither of them
>> could see anything at youtube except the static content and a
>> black video window. I ran flashpluginctl several times.
> That's odd, flash is still working good here in both FF / Chrome. Are
> you getting any weird messages from the console if you run firefox in xterm?
I'll try this when I've reloaded them.
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