I downloaded the ISO and did a CD boot and install. Everything
went smoothly overall. I didn't wipe out the old stuff, I just installed
over it. After booting, I went to clean out any old binaries that were
laying around, and noticed that the CD install didn't replace any of my
binaries that are schg. So far no ill effects, my last -current build was
3/10 so I'm not that far out of synch. However, that would be a pretty
big problem for someone who chose to install over a 4.x system.
So far, the only other oddity I've noticed is that when I added
the src distribution, all of the files were set 444. The directories have
While I'm doing a review, I should add that one of the menus in
sysinstall really bugs me... "Do you have a non-USB mouse connected to the
system?" which defaults to No. Something is wrong with that picture. :)
"We have known freedom's price. We have shown freedom's power.
And in this great conflict, ... we will see freedom's victory."
- George W. Bush, President of the United States
State of the Union, January 28, 2002
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