FreeBSD 9.0 RC-2

ajtiM lumiwa at
Sat Nov 19 11:51:35 UTC 2011

On Friday 18 November 2011 16:51:39 Matthew Seaman wrote:
> On 18/11/2011 22:24, ajtiM wrote:
> > I had a problem with memory on y computer with 8.2 and there are some
> > mess. I like to install "fresh" FreeBSD 9.0. Is it safe to install RC-2
> > or is better to wait to the final release, please?
> 9.0-RC2 is (probably) going to be very similar indeed to the eventual
> 9.0-RELEASE.  There will be some bug fixes yet to go in, but it is
> unlikely these will be show-stoppers.  RC2 is not "unsafe" and there's
> no reason not to install it for learning or evaluation or development
> purposes.  I wouldn't advise using it for anything your livelihood
> depends on though.  Plan on upgrading to -RELEASE as soon as possible if
> you do play with -RC2.
> However, you're unlikely to have a pleasant experience if you've got
> dodgy RAM in your machine.  All bets are off if the computer cannot rely
> on getting the correct data back from RAM.  I wouldn't even try booting
> up a live CD unless the memory problems have been fixed.
> 	Cheers,
> 	Matthew

Thank you very much. Each school cost something ):


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