ldrada at gmail.com
Fri Dec 30 21:23:34 PST 2005
Isn't "stable" supposed to mean that it's "feature-stable", as in
"We've discontinued implementing new features to this kernel, and are
On 12/30/05, Pavel Duda <element at email.cz> wrote:
> Mohammed Arab wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I would like to get some information from you regarding freebsd system,
> > really is very confuse to know which one is stable system when i went to
> > site i found many freebsd system one is called stable and another one is
> > current and release. Can you please explain me on this topic and which one i
> > have to choice. I am interesting to know everything about this system.
> In short :
> release - is something you want for your production system
> stable - is something you can use too without much worry - it should be
> "stable" right ? :-)
> current - is for brave people who like to spend nights to figure out
> what the hell is going on with their system and fight with all those
> mysterious kernel panics..
> For start you should use at least stable version, you can always mess up
> your system by switching to current :-D
> > Also there is no GUI Graphics on freebsd and why I have manually install
> > and configure video graphics also. can you help me and give me the
> > instruction how to setup VGA CARD.
> I think that you should start here:
> You will find there most answers to your questions and if something goes
> wrong you can always come here for advice.
> Welcome to FreeBSD world !!!
> > I am waiting for your reply.
> > Thanks,
> > Mohammed Arab
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