Debian GNU/kFreeBSD 6.0 "Squeeze" has been released
bahman.linux at gmail.com
Wed Feb 9 16:50:45 UTC 2011
I was planning to download Debian GNU/kFreeBSD 6.0 today in order to
test it to see if it's ready for deployment on server platforms that I
noticed something. The download links are:
And according to the CHECKSUMS available in that directory there
should be 7 DVD-ROMs for each architecture (amd64, i386):
debian-6.0.0-kfreebsd-<arch>-DVD-<N>.iso where <arch>=amd64/i386 and
N=1...7 but only the first DVD-ROM is available for each architecture.
Where are other DVD-ROMs?
On 2/9/11, Robert Millan <rmh at debian.org> wrote:
> >From the Debian "Squeeze" release announcement
> Debian 6.0 "Squeeze" introduces technical previews of two new ports to
> the kernel of the FreeBSD project using the known Debian/GNU userland:
> Debian GNU/kFreeBSD for the 32-bit PC (kfreebsd-i386) and the 64-bit
> PC (kfreebsd-amd64). These ports are the first ones ever to be
> included in a Debian release which are not based on the Linux kernel.
> The support of common server software is strong and combines the
> existing features of Linux-based Debian versions with the unique
> features known from the BSD world.
> Robert Millan
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