Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 30th Jan 2007 21:36 UTC, submitted by David Dengg
BSD and Darwin derivatives DragonFly 1.8.0 has been released. The biggest kernel change in this release is the addition of virtual kernel support and a virtual kernel build target. The biggest user-visible changes include updates to third party applications included in the base system, a major rewrite of NULLFS which removes all directory recursion restrictions from mount_null and removes nearly all the kernel resource overhead when using such mounts, and a multi-ip feature for jails.
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/ *It seems they are now dumping their overengineered 5.x and are going back to simplicity and stability of design, which have always been BSDs advantage since the early 80's. */

so matt was right all along about freebsd 5.x. I like DF because it's based of freebsd 4.8., i have been a huge fan of freebsd's 4.x, but now that freebsd 4.11 is about to be retired, i might switch over to df 1.8.x. and add df along the other os i run.

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