Unfortunately I had a problem with my hard drive and had to reinstall IpFire. Now I wanted to install a few packages, which unfortunately is not possible!
I get this error message:
Sie möchten folgende Pakete installieren: .dpfhack. Möglicherweise haben diese Pakete Abhängigkeiten, d.h. andere Pakete müssen zusätzlich installiert werden. Dazu sehen Sie unten eine Liste.
Giving up: There was no chance to get the file “meta/meta-dpfhack” from any available server.
There was an error on the way. Please fix it.
PAKFIRE RESV: dpfhack: Resolving dependencies…
Möchten Sie der Installation aller Pakete zustimmen?
If that was immediately following a reboot, then it looks like unbound is still not working.
In which case, you might have a faulty installation - I’ve had that happen on an ARM board. One option is to copy your backups and then reinstall. Several continuing problems are reported with core 142, so core 141 might be a more reliable installation.
So can I assume that I have to go back to 141 first?
Can I save my fixed ip’s (current fixed assignments) and my firewall groups (hosts) individually?
Or would you have to add them all again?
Or are there possibilities when 143 comes out to do an update?
Since I don’t know the source of your problem I just want to mention that using firewall groups is not an good idea at the moment (there is a bug so any firewall rules relating to firewall groups don’t work).
So the reason for your problem may be based on your firewall rules.
I installed yesterday ipfire on new hardware and I’m encountering the same problem. It seem’s not to be a connection issue but a certificate validation issue!
Here’s what I get:
wget -S https://pakfire.ipfire.org
--2020-05-08 11:44:54-- https://pakfire.ipfire.org/
Resolving pakfire.ipfire.org... 126.96.36.199
Connecting to pakfire.ipfire.org|188.8.131.52|:443... connected.
ERROR: no certificate subject alternative name matches
requested host name 'pakfire.ipfire.org'.
To connect to pakfire.ipfire.org insecurely, use `--no-check-certificate'.
Is ther a way to set the ‘–no-check-certificate’ Option to the pakfire update command?