> of course, for such use I will take the or stable version :-)
>
> I was sure it was easy :-)
>
> thanks
> jdd

Just to clarify, X-STABLE does not indicate end-user stability. It
indicates the ABI is (generally) stable (ABI-compatibility is
maintained within a branch). There are exceptions, but this generally
holds true. That said, -RELEASE is a better idea for a production
system, unless you have some dire need for a feature/enhancement in
-STABLE.

You can read more about the FreeBSD release engineering process here:

http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/articles/releng/index.html

Regards,
Josh
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