So here I am inbetween semesters and I'm think that this is an excellent
time to do an upgrade. So now my question is, what's the planned date for
the -STABLE branch to working on the 3.x code? Should I run with it now?
Don't do it, don't do it, don't try suicide...
Sorry, my latent 70's Queen fetish got the best of me for a moment.
I changed over to 3.0-current about 6 weeks ago. Have "make world"'ed
once since then. System was got funky about the 3rd week in November
with a new kernel. Used cvs to checkout /usr/src/sys from November 9
and restored proper behaviour. Am running a Dec 9 kernel now with only
one problem with an Archive Anaconda tape drive (doesn't work). My
DDS-2 tape drive works perfectly.
Between semesters sounds like a perfect time to try 3.0. Be sure you
have a good backup first.
As always, YMMV.
David Kelly N4HHE, dke...@nospam.hiwaay.net
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