Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 23rd Oct 2007 18:58 UTC, submitted by Oliver
FreeBSD FeeBSD 7.0-beta1 has been released, with 6.3-beta1 on its way. "We have entered the final phases of the FreeBSD-7.0 Release cycle which also means the beginning of the FreeBSD-6.3 Release cycle. Because the people who support the ports for FreeBSD also need to go through a freeze cycle as part of releases we had decided to combine the two releases to try and minimize the impact on the ports maintainers."
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Very, very nice
by jackson on Tue 23rd Oct 2007 19:20 UTC
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I have been running 7.0 Current for several months now and it's been fantastic for my desktop use. Awesome stability and very fast, especially with the ULE scheduler, which is disabled by default but is a recommended optimization. The FreeBSD GNOME team has also done an outstanding job with GNOME (see Xorg 7.3, Compiz-Fusion, are all available in ports as well.

/me loves FreeBSD.

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RE: Very, very nice
by mezz on Wed 24th Oct 2007 04:46 in reply to "Very, very nice"
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The FreeBSD GNOME team has also done an outstanding job with GNOME (see

The GNOME 2.2.1 and the rest of MC ports will be merging into FreeBSD ports sometime this week. ;-)

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Not to be pickish
by s_groening on Wed 24th Oct 2007 20:40 in reply to "RE: Very, very nice"
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It's GNOME 2.20.1 and not 2.2.1, and I'm sure it's a typo, but if not one must say that the more than 7 years difference between the two releases is quite significant ;)

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