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    On 08/20/2011 16:35, Eric Beaurivage wrote:
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cite="mid:CA+6W6yBpTZRwPxpxfN-Kd-+o_L6BB_XbNf4NUCMa1YwdwqKD5w@mail.gmail.com"
      type="cite">Hi Kris,<br>
      <br>
      I am also experiencing difficulties to update to PCBSD
      9.0-BETA1.5:<br>
      <br>
      "Update Failed!<br>
      <br>
      Failed to install: System Update to 9.0-BETA1.5<br>
      Possible causes: Dropped internet connection or low disk space."<br>
      <br>
      <div class="gmail_quote">2011/8/19 Kris Moore <span dir="ltr"><<a
            moz-do-not-send="true" href="mailto:kris@pcbsd.org">kris@pcbsd.org</a>></span><br>
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                As for the update manager, can you run this as root?<br>
                <br>
                # pc-updatemanager install release-9.0-BETA1.5<br>
                <br>
                Let it run, does it fail or return some sort of error?<br>
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          STARTINGUPDATE: 9.0-BETA1.5<br>
          Downloading Master Files...<br>
          /usr/local/tmp/9.0-BETA1.5/PCBSD.tbz.count    100% of    6 
          B   18 kBps<br>
          /usr/local/tmp/9.0-BETA1.5/PCBSD.tbz.md5      100% of   33  B 
          100 kBps<br>
          /usr/local/tmp/9.0-BETA1.5/xtra-data.tbz.md5  100% of   33 
          B   52 kBps<br>
          Downloading Packages...<br>
          /usr/local/tmp/9.0-BETA1.5/packages/ghostscrip100% of   18 MB 
          688 kBps 00m00s<br>
          /usr/local/tmp/9.0-BETA1.5/packages/ghostscrip100% of   33  B
          1688  Bps<br>
          /usr/local/tmp/9.0-BETA1.5/packages/gio-fam-ba100% of   12
          kB   58 kBps<br>
          /usr/local/tmp/9.0-BETA1.5/packages/gio-fam-ba100% of   33  B
          2724  Bps<br>
          /usr/local/tmp/9.0-BETA1.5/packages/git-1.7.6.100% of 3318 kB 
          641 kBps<br>
          /usr/local/tmp/9.0-BETA1.5/packages/git-1.7.6.100% of   33 
          B   36 kBps<br>
          /usr/local/tmp/9.0-BETA1.5/packages/gksu-2.0.2100% of   46 kB 
          134 kBps<br>
          /usr/local/tmp/9.0-BETA1.5/packages/gksu-2.0.2100% of   33  B 
          102 kBps<br>
          /usr/local/tmp/9.0-BETA1.5/packages/gl-kde-l10100% of 3545 kB 
          651 kBps<br>
          /usr/local/tmp/9.0-BETA1.5/packages/gl-kde-l10100% of   33 
          B   10 kBps<br>
          /usr/local/tmp/9.0-BETA1.5/packages/gle-3.1.0_100% of  529 kB 
          355 kBps<br>
          fetch: <a moz-do-not-send="true"
href="ftp://ftp.pcbsd.org/pub/snapshots/9.0-BETA1.5/amd64/netinstall/packages/gle-3.1.0_2.tbz.md5">ftp://ftp.pcbsd.org/pub/snapshots/9.0-BETA1.5/amd64/netinstall/packages/gle-3.1.0_2.tbz.md5</a>:
          Operation timed out<br>
          ERROR: Failed to download:
          /usr/local/tmp/9.0-BETA1.5/packages/gle-3.1.0_2.tbz.md5<br>
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          I think I may have found a fix to the updating program as
          well. It seems if it downloads to fast, we get fetch protocol
          errors which causes a failure. If you are still having
          problems updating, as root try this:<br>
          <br>
          edit /usr/local/bin/pc-updatemanager with nano / vi<br>
          <br>
          Look for the line:<br>
          <br>
          fetch_file()<br>
          {<br>
          local FETCHFILE="$1"<br>
          <br>
          Change it to this:<br>
          <br>
          fetch_file()<br>
          {<br>
          sleep 1<br>
          local FETCHFILE="$1"<br>
          <br>
          <br>
          That seems to fix it here from failing during download :)</blockquote>
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          I applied this change and I am still getting the same error
          message using the Update Manager GUI or 'pc-updatemanager
          install release-9.0-BETA1.5' command executed as root.<br>
          <br>
          Regards,<br>
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      -- <br>
      <font color="#888888">Eric Beaurivage (</font><a
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    <br>
    The timeouts there could be a problem with the network connection,
    or maybe our server was slammed :(<br>
    <br>
    If you try changing the default mirror in Control Panel -> System
    Manager -> Mirrors does it help? Try the ISC mirror in the united
    states possibly. <br>
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    <pre class="moz-signature" cols="72">-- 
Kris Moore
PC-BSD Software
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