At Nginx, we are committed to supporting a wide range of
BSD-like operating systems and their releases. It's our
great pleasure to report that it's now again possible to
build current nginx sources with FreeBSD 2.2.9. We know
that many highload setups still use this FreeBSD version.
On Fri, Apr 01, 2016 at 01:45:04PM +0000, Maxim Dounin wrote:
> details: http://hg.nginx.org/nginx/rev/8426275a13fd
> changeset: 6500:8426275a13fd
> user: Maxim Dounin <mdou...@mdounin.ru>
> date: Fri Apr 01 16:38:31 2016 +0300
> Compatibility with FreeBSD 2.2.9.
> Added (RTLD_NOW | RTLD_GLOBAL) to dlopen() test. There is no RTLD_GLOBAL
> on FreeBSD 2.2.9.
> Added uint32_t test, with fallback to u_int32_t, similar to uint64_t one.
> Added fallback to u_int32_t in in_addr_t test.
> With these changes it is now possible to compile nginx on FreeBSD 2.2.9
> with only few minor warnings (assuming -Wno-error).
On Sat, Apr 01, 2006 at 01:30:09PM -0700, Scott Long wrote:
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> It is my great pleasure and privilege to announce the availability of
> FreeBSD 2.2.9-RELEASE. This release is the culmination of SEVENTY-SEVEN
> months of tireless work by the FreeBSD developers, users, their children,
> and their pets. Significant features in this release:
> - - XFree86 3.3.3, the industry leader in support for cutting edge PCI
> graphics adapters and 2D acceleration.
> - - The 8GB barrier in IDE drive sizes has finally been broken. The wd(4)
> driver now supports unimaginable sizes of 137GB on a single drive!
> - - Support for all of the latest high-speed FAST-WIDE (20MB/s) SCSI-2
> - - The Linux emulator is now able to run Quake2 out-of-the-box.
> A full description of the release can be found here:
> FreeBSD 2.2.9-RELEASE supports the i386 architecture and can be installed
> directly over the net using bootable media or copied to a local NFS/FTP
> Please continue to support the FreeBSD Project by purchasing media
> from one of our supporting vendors. The following companies will be
> offering FreeBSD 2.2.9 based products:
> ~ FreeBSD Mall, Inc. http://www.freebsdmall.com/
> ~ Daemonnews, Inc. http://www.bsdmall.com/freebsd1.html
> If you can't afford FreeBSD on media, are impatient, or just want to
> use it for evangelism purposes, then by all means download the ISO
> images. We can't promise that all the mirror sites will carry the
> larger ISO images, but they will at least be available from the
> following sites.
> At the time of this announcement the following FTP sites have FreeBSD
> 2.2.9-RELEASE available.
> FreeBSD is also available via anonymous FTP from mirror sites in the
> following countries: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada,
> China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany,
> Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Japan, Korea, Lithuania,
> the Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Romania,
> Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain,
> Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, Ukraine, and the United Kingdom.
> Before trying the central FTP site, please check your regional
> mirror(s) first by going to:
> Any additional mirror sites will be labeled ftp2, ftp3 and so on.
> More information about FreeBSD mirror sites can be found at:
> For instructions on installing FreeBSD, please see Chapter 2 of The
> FreeBSD Handbook. It provides a complete installation walk-through
> for users new to FreeBSD, and can be found online at:
> The release engineering team for 2.2.9-RELEASE includes:
> Scott Long <sco...@freebsd.org> Release Engineering
> Ruslan Ermilov <r...@freebsd.org> I386, creative director
> Sniffy The Wonder Cat Warrm lap, typing assistance
> Max The Dancing Cat Early morning wakeups, QA
> Sammy The Tiny Cat Face licks, QA
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