Antony is working on operating system sub-pages that will be linked from the operating system summary page ... check out what he has so far by going to:


        http://www.bsdstats.org/freebsd


--On Friday, September 29, 2006 12:11:51 +0100 Joao Barros <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

On 9/29/06, Marc G. Fournier <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

As painful as it was to do, I backed up the old data tonight and wiped out
the stats ... for one major reason: the stats lost their accuracy.

As I said, you just need to download the new version and run it, you don't
have to wait for the port to go through, assuming you have already
installed from the port and /etc/periodic.conf is setup ...

Make sure you run it right after downloading though ...

If anyone out there can see a flaw in the script ... or something that I
may have overlooked as far as a 'loophole' that could be used to screw
around with the data, please let me know ... I know its not possible,
minus registration, to get rid of all holes, but, hopefully I've now
gotten rid of the ones that a truck could (and did) drive though ...


I just updated the script and it ran fine :)
I'm the only guy yet from Portugal and the only sparc cpu :D

On another subject, with the addition of the other BSDs the releases
stats for example are pretty much nonsense. Do you plan to work on
that?

--
Joao Barros



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