[PC-BSD Testing] Rolling-Release and 9.2-BETA1 announcement!
hansruhe1 at gmail.com
Fri Jul 26 02:45:43 PDT 2013
Hi Lars and Kris,
I have an Z77 Asus Maximus Genius Motherboard with an I 3 Yvibridge intel
processor and 16 GB internal memory. The Intel is a I3-3225 with Intel HD
4000 Graphics 4000 (which I do not use, I use a NVIDIA GT520 silent), Intel
2013/7/26 Lars Engels <lars.engels at 0x20.net>
> On Wed, Jul 24, 2013 at 10:35:16AM -0400, Kris Moore wrote:
> > On 07/24/2013 00:39, Julian Elischer wrote:
> > > On 7/24/13 12:04 AM, Kris Moore wrote:
> > >>
> > >> The PC-BSD team is pleased to announce that new images for PC-BSD
> > >> 9.1-RELEASE (Isotope Infusion) and PC-BSD 9-STABLE (Based upon
> > >> FreeBSD 9.2-BETA1) are now
> > >> available! These releases are among the first in our new
> > >> "Rolling-Release" model, and will allow you to easily keep your
> > >> system updated with bi-monthly package set updates along side your
> > >> regular PBI updates. In addition the images now include support for
> > >> creating and booting from ZFS boot-environments. Due to the nature
> > >> of implementing ZFS boot-environments, users on previous installs
> > >> of 9.1-RELEASE will need to perform a re-installation in order to
> > >> take advantage of these ZFS features. With the upcoming release of
> > >> 9.2, currently in BETA, existing users may opt to wait for its
> > >> release in order to migrate to the newer version. Many additional
> > >> new features are also listed in the notes below.
> > >
> > > how do I know the exact current revision of my 9.1 system and how do I
> > > select which I want it to upgrade to?
> > After you install one or the other, you can use the command
> > "pc-updatemanager branches" to see what branches are available, and then
> > "chbranch <tag>" to switch to that revision.
> But this doesn't show me the branch I'm currently on.
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