Dec
07

First 8.2 Snapshot is Available for Testing

Kris Moore has announced that the first snapshot for 8.2 is available for testing:

The first snapshot of 8-STABLE, which will eventually become 8.2 has now been uploaded to our FTP server.

This snapshot is based upon FreeBSD 8.2-PRERELEASE, and includes KDE 4.5.3. It also contains a number of bugfixes backported from the 9 series, specifically to the installer and network management GUI. You can review the backport commits on the 8.2 TODO list.

Known Issues:

Using the “GPT” option during installation will give an error at boot, which I’m currently working on fixing.

Please feel free to give the snapshot a whirl, and report any bugs you find back to the testing list. Instructions for becoming a good beta tester can be found in this section of the Handbook.

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Comments (5)

  • […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Dru Lavigne and Thorsten Geppert, PC-BSD. PC-BSD said: First PC-BSD 8.2 Snapshot is Available for Testing: http://​ht​.ly/​3​l​rP4 […]

  • PC-BSD snapshots available: 8.2 and 9.0 | FreeBSD News
    December 8, 2010 at 3:32 pm |

    […] 9, 2010 by Gerard Kris Moore has announce two snapshots of work-in-progress: version 8.2 and 9.0. Any feedback (positive and/or constructive) is welcome on the Testing Mailinglist. […]

  • JShuford
    December 8, 2010 at 5:10 pm |

    Work’s well! I put it in a vm and have used it through-out the day…

    PCBSD rocks!

    ps. if someone could explain the subscription thing at your store i might just be interested a magazine and DVD subscription!

  • Jes
    December 17, 2010 at 11:23 am |

    Good to have somethink new to test. I’ll do it probably in next few days.

    But one question. What about the support for ACPI suspend?. Could anyone test it?. PCBSD/FreeBSD 8.1 AMD64 is able to suspend (only if USB is compiled as modules and only sometimes, most of the times hangs on resume). I’ve read something about improvements in 9-current but… anything verified?

    Thanks and good job

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