But how - if at all - does "CURRENT" come in? Or does "CURRENT" wrt my
installed 4.9 only relate to 5.x?

CURRENT is the development version of FreeBSD, basically for developers only, those who want to test the finest and newest options, and do not fear a complete systems failure from time to time (CURRENT does not always compile, and when it compiles, it may be unstable)

CURRENT is only in 5.x present, since 4.x is a stable branch by now.

Sometimes really nifty features from CURRENT are migrated into STABLE (and thus eventually in RELEASE) after careful testing.


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