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crap , if you have freebsd 8.2 , 8.3 and trying to update to 9.2 i think its a waste of time because freebsd doesnt support 8.2 8.3 updates .

otherwise its a vm problem.

 

 

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pfSense is a stripped down and heavily customized version of FreeBSD. You can not update it using the standard FreeBSD update mechanism. You're lucky that something caused freebsd-update to fail fairly quickly. If it had actually downloaded sources and starting updating your system it probably would of have completely messed up your firewall.

You will need to update it using the method provided by pfSense. By the look of it there's a firmware update function built into the web based control panel. But obviously you can only upgrade to the latest release of pfSense (which may well be the version built on 8.3) as the FreeBSD software you download will need to have had all their changes made to it.
 
 
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Just press enter and vi will open

 

write this:

 

:q

 

and vi will exit and continue with the installation... repeat as necessary

 

asdlol your post doesn't make sense

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Just press enter and vi will open

 

write this:

 

:q

 

and vi will exit and continue with the installation... repeat as necessary

 

asdlol your post doesn't make sense

 

 i just googled his problem , and found this .

ive heared about it before too but wasnt sure .

never tested too .

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