Hello, I was just wondering which compiler is used to compile the binaries on the freebsd iso's. I am holding out from upgrading until it is compiled with gcc3 preferably gcc3.3. I remember it was a big deal when RH linux was shipped compiled with gcc3 and advertised speed increase. I'm currently on freebsd 5.0p4 current or something like that. I'm intrigued by ATAng, since the only way i'm getting the ata drives to spindown is with a patch i found online.
also, 5.3R's release date is "TBD 2004." What's TBD stand for? frankly, is 5.3R worth waiting for? or should i go with 5.2.1? This is my very first freebsd install (started with 5.0R when it just came out) and I don't think I took very good care of it. ports building are failing left and right, for one. It's acting as my household all-purpose server for the family as well as my personal desktop, so I left it alone all this while. I'm itching to start fresh with the knowledge i gained about freebsd. Lastly, does anybody have any personal experience with freebsd nfs server and mac os x nfs client? more specifically, how to map uid and gid? thanks in advance -- Seunghun T. Lee _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"