Home > FreeBSD > FreeBSD 5.0-CURRENT Developer Preview 1 Released FreeBSD 5.0-CURRENT Developer Preview 1 Released Submitted by Peter Schultz 2002-04-09 FreeBSD 6 Comments A developer preview snapshot of FreeBSD 5.0-CURRENT is now available. Please see the release notes for more information. Also be sure to check the release errata for a list of known problems. About The Author Eugenia Loli Ex-programmer, ex-editor in chief at OSNews.com, now a visual artist/filmmaker. Follow me on Twitter @EugeniaLoli 6 Comments 2002-04-09 9:41 am I run -CURRENT now (I cvs regulary) and at the time they froze it for DP1 it pretty stable, I had no issues at all yet. 2002-04-09 6:08 pm I just installed CURRENT, and it seems to be running fine. I would like to do some benchmarking against my 4.5-STABLE but I have no idea which ones in ports/benchmarking are any good. Any ideas? I would also like to disable any debuging parts and do a make world, but I have to look into that a little farther. Hopefully this “release” can hammer out some of the bugs with different apps, and make this branch a reality. 2002-04-10 12:33 am Let’s see…nope, no real 1394 support. Back to Windows hell I go… 2002-04-10 12:40 am Why would you need 1394 support on a clearly-defined-by-its-maintainers *Server* OS? 2002-04-10 4:43 am I have a new harddrive on the way, I think I might be giving this a try. 2002-04-10 3:19 pm http://docs.freebsd.org/mail/current/freebsd-firewire.html You’re both incorrect, there is firewire for FreeBSD, and it even makes use of it’s clearly-defined-by-its-maintainers purpose. Firewire over IP is used if you need to go over the 4.5 meter limit of firewire cable. So not only is there regular firewire, but you get to send it over the Internet!