SeaMonkey eats the CPU as of r232144
julian at freebsd.org
Sun Mar 4 06:32:48 UTC 2012
On 3/3/12 5:13 AM, Robert Huff wrote:
> deeptech71 at gmail.com writes:
>> I always had the impression that using an older world with a more
>> recent kernel is almost always supported, and the exceptional
>> cases are noted in the UPDATING file, as a quote shows: "User
>> utilities using SIOCAIFADDR, SIOCAIFADDR_IN6, e.g. ifconfig(8),
>> need to be recompiled.".
> One wonders where you got this impression, because I have
> always had pretty much the opposite - or at least the "correct
> operation where running world not matched to running kernel is
> presumed unlikely until proven otherwise" version.
> (Yes, it often works ... except when it doesn't.)
generally we support an older world with a newer kernel.
We actually rely on that during upgrade..
The threading library can have some dependencies, but in this case I
think it was just that a bug was fixed in the userland library.
> Robert Huff
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