On Mon, 2002-07-01 at 09:02, Luigi Rizzo wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 01, 2002 at 09:58:04AM -0400, Andrew Gallatin wrote:
> ...
> > That's actually rather scary.  It implies that a freshly checked out
> > tree checked out with plain 'cvs co src' is no longer buildable.
> c'mon... it is not that terrible, just a matter of adding a -P flag
Do these problems concern someone using cvsup?  I've been having a
terrible time with -current lately.  Of course I realize development is
going full speed, I'm being patient and using the down time to encourage
others to turn to FreeBSD.

The file system is blazing fast and as soon as the kernel smooths out
FreeBSD-5.0 is going to rock.  I'm very happy with FreeBSD.  It does
take a very great deal of studying, but once you've done that it's so
ultimately powerful.  To my dismay I've only just scratched the surface,
but I'm not giving up yet!

My thanks goes out to all those valuable FreeBSD commits.


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