[PC-BSD Testing] Release Announcement: 9.0-BETA1: Crash confirmation please
A-Koziol at neiu.edu
Tue Aug 2 08:16:14 PDT 2011
Ok, I got the x86 version installed on a Dell 960 w/ Intel 3D Enabled.
Can anyone confirm this crash on their system:
From desktop, open PC-BSD Control Panel > KInfoCenter > Graphical
Information > OpenGL. This seems to crash KDE and boots me back to the
login screen. In my case, Intel without 3D does the same thing.
> The PC-BSD team is pleased to announce the availability of the first
> beta release in the new 9.x series. 9.0-BETA1 is now available for
> download from www.pcbsd.org.
> -- Caution --
> This is a BETA release, for early adopters and testers. Please use
> caution deploying in production environments. Additionally only a small
> number of apps are currently packaged and available in the new AppCafe.
> We will be releasing more in the upcoming weeks, but users who rely on a
> particular application may wish to wait until 9.0-Release before upgrading.
> -- Major Changes --
> * Now supports multiple Window Managers, such as:
> - KDE 4
> - GNOME 2
> - XFCE 4
> - LXDE
> - And many more!
> * Support for "meta-pkgs", allowing the user to customize their
> installed system with a variety of software.
> * Improved PBI system, allows sharing of files / libraries between
> applications for reduced disk / runtime space.
> * New AppCafe, allow easy browsing, installing and managing Applications
> * Updated to the installer, allowing easy setup of ZFS, GELI encryption
> and more!
> * Many improvements to networking setup GUIs
> * New system-update utility, support for "freebsd-update" and upgrading
> from point-release to point-release. (I.E. 9.0 -> 9.1)
> * Revamped "Life-Preserver" backup utility, makes it easier than ever to
> backup to FreeNAS or any remote ssh+rsync server.
> * New PC-BSD Control Panel, provides one-stop access to a variety of
> system-configuration options.
> -- Reporting Bugs --
> Since this is a beta release, please feel assist us by reporting and
> fixing bugs. Users are encouraged to discuss their findings on the
> "Testers" mailing list, or via the PC-BSD Forums.
> -- Notes --
> There are a greater variety of ways to install PC-BSD in the 9.x series.
> Please take a moment and refer to the snapshot documentation to pick the
> right one for you.
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