On Fri, 21 Feb 2003 18:46:09 +0100
taxman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> On Friday 21 February 2003 02:50 pm, Michael wrote:   (snipped)
> > I've been using 4.X for some time with no problems(that I can remember =)
> > 
> > So i'm booting the install 5-RELEASE mini cd :
> Ok this is getting out of hand.  5.0 is a testing release.  See:
> http://www.freebsd.org/releases/5.0R/early-adopter.html
> so of course it is not going to work for everything.  Development is 
> proceeding rapidly on 5.0, so the problem you're seeing may be fixed already. 
> Installing -current would be the only way to know.  if you tried that and got 
> the same error, then they would love to hear about it on the -current mailing 
> list so that it can be properly fixed.  It's not likely it will ever be fixed 
> for 5.0 release, which is a static point on an again, rapidly moving, 
> development track.
>       If 4.x works well then use that, or if you want to experiment try -current, 
> perhaps by installing a snapshot.

Thanks, didn't realise 5-RELEASE was still current, anyway how should I report 
something like this to current@ ?
I mean is there some sort of "backtrace" I can do after it panics that would be more 
useful than just this oneline message? :P

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