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I've already thrown portmanager out the window because it takes literally days to compile and upgrade one package(Opera in this case) :mad:. Fetching metadata signature for 7.1-PRERELEASE from update1. The closest thing I found on google was some key errors but no solutions and the folks in #freebsd weren't too helpful either (Probably because I entered in on one of their linsux rants :roll:).The problem I'm getting with freebsd-update is that I'll try freebsd-update fetch and it returns "Looking up update. If any body has a solution I would be greatly appreciative :)So I've come back to Free BSD again after a while and I have to say it's a great system but some of the problems I've been getting make me wonder whether I should just go back to Net BSD despite it's own various shortcomings (flash, Xfree86 by default, mp3 playback).

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Keeping your server operating system up to date ensures better security and compatibility, and Free BSD includes the Warning: Before you start this process, perform a full backup of your server. Fetching metadata signature for 10.2-RELEASE from update6... hi i was updating my macbook when i closed the moniter and opened it back up then it shut down. i've tried the whole press option and turn it on also command option R P or something. this part gets cut off from the sign saying you need to restart your computer. If that makes no difference to problem; Start computer by pressing power button; and hold down Command Option P and R buttons at same time and hold until you have heard the start chimes 3 times, then release all buttons and let it boot up. If I hadn't tried to remove it this would not have happened! (reading other things i found out taht i shouldn't have done that) i cant log in or do anything. panic(cpu 0 caller 0x001A8CEC): Kernel trap at 0x00000000, type 14=page fault, registers: CR0: 0x8001003b, CR2: 0x00000000, CR3: 0x01af9000, CR4: 0x00000660 EAX: 0x00000001, EBX: 0x001363b6, ECX: 0x00000000, EDX: 0x00000598 CR2: 0x00000000, EBP: 0x1bfabf38, ESI: 0x035ef800, EDI: 0x00000001 EFL: 0x00010002, EIP: 0x00000000, CS: 0x00000008, DS: 0x00000010 Error code: 0x00000010 Debugger called: Backtrace (CPU 0), Frame : Return Address (4 potential args on stack) 0x1bfabd28 : 0x12b0fa (0x459234 0x1bfabd5c 0x1333243 0x0) 0x1bfabd78 : 0x1a8cec (0x4627a0 0x0 0xe 0x461f50) 0x1bfabe58 : 0x19eed5 (0x1bfabe70 0x216 0x1bfabf38 0x0) 0x1bfabe68 : 0x0 (0xe 0x48 0x1bed0010 0x10) 0x1bfabf38 : 0x1be86d73 (0x3421c00 0x0 0x34816b0 0x3481a78) 0x1bfabf58 : 0x1be8b30b (0x34816b0 0xefb7c48 0x0 0x6ece) 0x1bfabfc8 : 0x19eccc (0x0 0x0 0x1a20b5 0x3481a78) Backtrace terminated-invalid frame pointer 0 Kernel loadable modules in backtrace (with de..... Here is that path i would follow; First Step; Start computer by pressing power button then holding down the Shift key (L or R) it will take a bit longer to boot up but will not load any extra apps.If that does not identify any issues then shutdown and restart holding down the C and it should boot up off of the DVD If you are no further ahead then it is time to take it to an apple repairer. I would start up holding command and 's' to boot in single user mode and then run FSCK. When the text has loaded type the following: reset-nvram then press return set-defaults then press return reset-all then press return It will boot back to your OS then. Kernel Panics (KPs, for short) are simply a severe OS crash. I did have a little trouble with Firefox (would not let me bookmark) and tried to trash "Limewire" that had been previously installed and it would not let me trash it. I can't run updates or any utilities because I cannot boot... it gave me a long log.said something about "bad journal magic" and "OS version not yet set" I went to try to fsck... It was step 9 in particular that I wanted you to run. (also he mentioned Limewire as being a potential problem) I have also seen this on some searches...This is how Apple advised me to cure kernel panic many moons ago. This is highly unusual for UNIX-based operating systems, where there is quite a bit of abstraction between the underlying OS and the software that runs on top of it. Cannot boot I tried holding shift while powering up... If I hold "option" I get a screen with a "refresh" button, what looks like a drive with an "X" for leopard on it and a left arrow... I am a newby Mac owner and I am afraid I will make the issue worse... I really wanted to get rid of it as It was starting at power up and I think it was causing Firefox to act up. but it would not let me key anything in.(I actually took a picture of the screen so I would have record of it) I restarted and now I can't get it back up... I did see where it said to remove third party applications with uninstaller an app remover, so that may have been where I went wrong trying to remove Lime wire. Unless the "bad journal magic" or "OS not yet set" narrows it down for anyone to tell me what to do next I will continue with what on the list I can do with key commands (reset Pram, etc... Since that doesn't work, I would recommend following this tutorial: Mac OS X - Using Disk Utility to Repair a Disk ..run Disk Utility from the System Disc. I was going to order it, but it says that firmware must be updated (I do not know if it has been or not as I just got the computer) and I guess I must get the latest version for Leopard... I just need to learn a little more about what I am doing...Due to its permissive licensing terms, much of Free BSD's code base has become an integral part of other operating systems such as Juniper JUNOS and Apple's OS X." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free BSD We'll be building Free BSD from scratch, which starts you off with the base system and a terminal.

No flashy graphics, no desktop, no file manager, no web browser, no image manipulator, etc.

If that does not sort issue; then find DVD that came with computer and press the power button and immediately insert the DVD and once it goes in Hold the D key down. I know I am running on and on, but this must all be related. I also do not have restore disc, so I cannot use that option either.

When it boots up hit return and then select which Hardware test you want to run, probably a good idea to do the extended test even though it may take an hour to an hour and a half to run through. Let's back up a bit and talk about what causes a kernel panic in the first place. I believe the ram is original because there is a factory sticker under the keyboard stating specs and the ram it says it has is what I was told it had. I decided to restart to see if maybe Limewire would be gone. I was going to try to purchase a disc, but since I have an ibook and Leopard was installed I would be worried I would get the wrong disc set. *I can "option" and I see my os although if I click the arrow I end up back at the "kernel panic four languages" *I can get to the OF screen and "mac-boot" but again I end up at kernel panic... I am not sure how I ended up with the blinking folder a couple of times... goes right to kernel panic I was looking at another post where Kevriano suggested "Diskwarrior" and it worked...

You start with the base system, a terminal, and build *rd party apps as you see fit.

If you're not familiar with the CLI, Command Line Interface, it's where you will be doing a good part of your work from, and all of it till you build a Window Manager, like Fluxbox, or Desktop Environment, like Gnome, as a GUI, or Graphic User Interface, which is what you're familiar with as a Windows or Linux user.

So I've come back to Free BSD again after a while and I have to say it's a great system but some of the problems I've been getting make me wonder whether I should just go back to Net BSD despite it's own various shortcomings (flash, Xfree86 by default, mp3 playback).