4 days has passed since the new FreeBSD logo and now a fresh FreeBSD is waiting to grab it from the mirrors. I wish i will find some time to test it. Even on a virtual machine…
The competition is over. Finally after about 8 months from the announcement we have a new Logo. And believe me it is really nice (http://logo-contest.freebsd.org/result/640-1.png). Even if it isn’t the daemon, we will get used to it
Reading slashdot is nice. I could have missed the birtday of OpenBSD 🙂 10 years have passed since Theo de Raadt did the commit of his Makefile into the CVS Happy birthday OpenBSD
Poul-Henning Kamp send an update of the Funded FreeBSD development project. He has done an excellent work. Only one comment: On his mail he mention the following [b]”I rather fear I sound as boring as the tourist guides on the ruins of Akropolis, my apologies.”[/b] He was in Greece and we didn’t notice it ? […]
After talking with sivitos (one of my friends, and a known freebsd guru) about the uhci GIANT-LOCKED he suggested to turn off the USB support. Turning off the USB wasn’t a option cause i will use it later, but i found on the BIOS that i could turn off the usb legacy emulation. And guess: […]
Since the 5.3 Release failed to boot, i tried to see what it will happen with NetBSD 2.0 i386. NetBSD at least it boots and i can use a shell. Now i am really pist off. Priority 1 to have FreeBSD installed on the weekend.
After the release of FreeBSD on 06 Nov 2004, i wanted to do a test installation in my laptop, a Toshiba Pro M10. Of course it didn’t succeded. The machine hung with a GIANT-LOCKED after probing the onboard USB controller. I didn’t have more time to investigate it so i did an abort. Today i […]
I downloaded NetBSD 1.6.2 two days ago, in order to do some test to my sparcstation 5. Today they released 2.0….. 🙂 Downloading now. PS Next time i will have a look on the releases schedule before i start download 🙂