[PC-BSD Testing] New Alpha ISO 05242008

Bill Leeper protagonist at charter.net
Mon May 26 07:18:40 PDT 2008


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I could not get either Firefox or Opera to run. They install just  
fine but immediately crash. I tried a couple of others but don't  
remember which ones. I did successfully build and install Firefox  
from ports. And I am pretty sure I was getting the 32 bit versions as  
I ran into that problem with Edison and have been pretty careful  
since then. I will try a few more PBIs over the next couple of days  
and let you know. If I get my email up and running in the alpha I can  
send you a copy of the crash reports.

All in all I really like the Alpha. You people are doing some amazing  
work.


On May 26, 2008, at 4:18 AM, Tim McCormick wrote:

>
>> Some times I wonder... At least two people have hit the forums this
>> week that have had issues with PBI's built on 1.4.1 running on 1.5.1.
>>
>>
> Terry,
>
> I looked at those problems, and it seemed to me that the issue was
> somebody using a 64-bit PBI on a 32-bit PC-BSD installation. So I  
> think
> we definitely need to look at making that clearer on the pbidir.com  
> website.
>
> Not seen anything else related to PBIs not working, could you point me
> at them? :)
>
> Cheers,
>
> Tim
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