Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 28th Nov 2008 19:46 UTC, submitted by sonic2000gr
FreeBSD Even though FreeBSD 7.x is already out and updated, the FreeBSD team keeps working on the FreeBSD 6.x branch, now designated the legacy branch. They released FreeBSD 6.4 today, with lots of new features, fixes, and updates. They are expecting FreeBSD 6.4 to be the last release in the 6.x branch.
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wow Finally
by kill on Sat 29th Nov 2008 08:53 UTC
kill
Member since:
2005-11-03

I have been running 6.4-PRERELEASE for a month now on my PIII-800mhz server ;) . So far so good. Now on with csup. Thanks fbsd!

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RE: wow Finally
by bsd_geek on Mon 1st Dec 2008 19:34 in reply to "wow Finally"
bsd_geek Member since:
2006-05-04

Yeah, I've been running 6-STABLE for quite some time now on a low traffic production SMTP server at work. Runs great and I have 144 days of uptime. I guess finally upgrading to RELENG_6_4 is going to kill that though. Oh well. I'm glad it's finally here though. I'm csup'ing now.

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