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