χ Thu, 06.06.2002, Χ 12:54, Sheldon Hearn ΞΑΠΙΣΑΜ:
> > I've been monitoring the -CURRENT mailing list for about a day or two,
> > and haven't seen anything that's really broken (except for GCC 3.x,
> > which I don't use anyway). So, is it "safe" to upgrade to -CURRENT yet?
> > TIA for the info,
> > Chris
> There are still issues with the C++ compiler in the base system that
> make building X and some other C++ ports tricky. If you use a lot of X
> applications, you might want to hold back if you're looking for a smooth
> The base system itself seems pretty stable, though.
Not sure, yesterdays kernel give me panic somewhere about ufsdir.
Week-old kernel work very good.
Turning off softupdates and doing fsck not in background not helps.
I will fill PR just after connecting serial console.
Vladimir B. Grebenschikov
[EMAIL PROTECTED], SWsoft, Inc.
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