FreeBSD 8.0-RELEASE !

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FreeBSD 8.0-RELEASE !

Postby gnemmi » 23 Nov 2009, 04:49

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[gonzalo@dawn ~]% ftp -a [url]ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/releases/i386/ISO-IMAGES/8.0/[/url]
Trying 204.152.184.73...
Connected to ftp.freebsd.org.
220 Welcome to freebsd.isc.org.
331 Please specify the password.
230 Login successful.
Remote system type is UNIX.
Using binary mode to transfer files.
200 Switching to Binary mode.
250 Directory successfully changed.
250-If you're looking for one of the FreeBSD releases, please look in the
250-releases/${ARCH}/${RELNAME} directory, where ARCH = "alpha", "amd64",
250-"i386", "ia64", "pc98", or "sparc64" and RELNAME = the release
250-you're interested in, e.g. "6.1-RELEASE" or "5.5-RELEASE".
250-
250 Directory successfully changed.
250 Directory successfully changed.
250 Directory successfully changed.
250 Directory successfully changed.
250 Directory successfully changed.
ftp> ls
229 Entering Extended Passive Mode (|||31028|).
150 Here comes the directory listing.
-rw-r--r--    1 110      1002     44738560 Nov 22 03:42 8.0-RELEASE-i386-bootonly.iso
-rw-r--r--    1 110      1002     655591424 Nov 22 03:43 8.0-RELEASE-i386-disc1.iso
-rw-r--r--    1 110      1002     1870891443 Nov 22 03:46 8.0-RELEASE-i386-dvd1.iso.gz
-rw-r--r--    1 110      1002     256077824 Nov 22 03:47 8.0-RELEASE-i386-livefs.iso
-rw-r--r--    1 110      1002     923207680 Nov 22 04:34 8.0-RELEASE-i386-memstick.img
-rw-r--r--    1 110      1002          346 Nov 22 04:39 CHECKSUM.MD5
-rw-r--r--    1 110      1002          521 Nov 22 04:39 CHECKSUM.SHA256
226 Directory send OK.


Enjoy
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Postby FBSDin20Steps » 23 Nov 2009, 06:07

I am sponging RIGHT NOW!!!! :beergrin
Greetz ;)
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Postby renice » 23 Nov 2009, 06:19

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[root@kerberos] ~/> uname -a
FreeBSD kerberos.hades 8.0-RELEASE FreeBSD 8.0-RELEASE #0: Sun Nov 22 19:19:29 CET 2009 
root@kerberos.hades:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC  amd64


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Postby graudeejs » 23 Nov 2009, 06:55

Great..... Now updating system :)


Thanks you Image
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Postby chalbersma » 23 Nov 2009, 07:04

woot. I'm updating tomorrow unce!
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Postby alie » 23 Nov 2009, 07:49

greatttttttt!! Finally, i am so happy!!!
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Postby vermaden » 23 Nov 2009, 08:18

Finally ;)
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Postby deepdish » 23 Nov 2009, 08:20

Been waiting months for this!
Thank you for the heads up!
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Postby jem » 23 Nov 2009, 09:39

Damnit, I only reinstalled a box with 8.0-RC3 last night!

Will freebsd-update happily handle 8.0-RC3 -> 8.0-RELEASE?

EDIT: Yes it handles it fine, although it replaced my ZFS-supporting /boot/loader and would have rendered my box unbootable if I hadn't noticed.
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Postby Seeker » 23 Nov 2009, 09:53

LOL!
I'm surrounded with fanatics! :P
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Postby vivek » 23 Nov 2009, 10:38

Note the official scheduled date is 25/Nov/2009 (from the /usr/src/UPDATING). If you are using csup use tag RELENG_8 for stable 8.
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Postby alie » 23 Nov 2009, 11:03

But, the one in ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/releases/i386/ISO-IMAGES/8.0/ is FINAL release ? or i should wait for the official announcement ?
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Postby vivek » 23 Nov 2009, 11:13

It is final release, I've just started my desktop buildworld from 8.0RC3 to 8.0 final. You can grab it :)
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Postby graudeejs » 23 Nov 2009, 11:15

vivek wrote:Note the official scheduled date is 25/Nov/2009 (from the /usr/src/UPDATING). If you are using csup use tag RELENG_8 for stable 8.


Or RELENG_8_0
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Postby alie » 23 Nov 2009, 11:15

@vivek: Thanks, I am going to download it now since all of my colleagues went home already lolz
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Postby Seeker » 23 Nov 2009, 11:32

Can anyone post 8.0/relnotes
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Postby DutchDaemon » 23 Nov 2009, 11:38

The European mirrors are not there yet for RELENG_8 ;)

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TYPE="FreeBSD"
REVISION="8.0"
BRANCH="PRERELEASE"
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Postby renice » 23 Nov 2009, 11:48

/usr/src/UPDATING - official release:
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20091125:
        8.0-RELEASE.
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Postby Dru » 23 Nov 2009, 11:50

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[FILE]                   FreeBSD 8.0-RELEASE Release Notes

  The FreeBSD Project

   Copyright (c) 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007,
   2008, 2009 The FreeBSD Documentation Project

   $FreeBSD: src/release/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/relnotes/article.sgml,v
   1.1101.2.2.2.2 2009/11/20 15:53:59 kensmith Exp $

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   ThinkPad are trademarks of International Business Machines
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   Intel, Celeron, EtherExpress, i386, i486, Itanium, Pentium, and
   Xeon are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation
   or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries.

   Sparc, Sparc64, SPARCEngine, and UltraSPARC are trademarks of
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   Products bearing SPARC trademarks are based upon architecture
   developed by Sun Microsystems, Inc.

   Many of the designations used by manufacturers and sellers to
   distinguish their products are claimed as trademarks. Where those
   designations appear in this document, and the FreeBSD Project was
   aware of the trademark claim, the designations have been followed
   by the "(TM)" or the "(R)" symbol.

   The release notes for FreeBSD 8.0-RELEASE contain a summary of the
   changes made to the FreeBSD base system on the 8.0-STABLE
   development line. This document lists applicable security
   advisories that were issued since the last release, as well as
   significant changes to the FreeBSD kernel and userland. Some brief
   remarks on upgrading are also presented.

   NOTE: the full release notes were not available at the time the
   release builds were started. See the online version of the release
   notes for the most up to date information. The online release
   notes can be found at [url]http://www.FreeBSD.org/[/url].

     --------------------------------------------------------------

   Table of Contents

   1 Introduction

   2 What's New

                2.1 Security Advisories

                2.2 Kernel Changes

                             2.2.1 Boot Loader Changes

                             2.2.2 Hardware Support

                             2.2.3 Network Protocols

                             2.2.4 Disks and Storage

                             2.2.5 File Systems

                2.3 Userland Changes

                             2.3.1 /etc/rc.d Scripts

                2.4 Contributed Software

                2.5 Ports/Packages Collection Infrastructure

                2.6 Release Engineering and Integration

                2.7 Documentation

   3 Upgrading from previous releases of FreeBSD

1 Introduction

   This document contains the release notes for FreeBSD 8.0-RELEASE.
   It describes recently added, changed, or deleted features of
   FreeBSD. It also provides some notes on upgrading from previous
   versions of FreeBSD.

   This distribution of FreeBSD 8.0-RELEASE is a release
   distribution. It can be found at [url]http://www.FreeBSD.org/[/url] or any of
   its mirrors. More information on obtaining this (or other) release
   distributions of FreeBSD can be found in the "Obtaining FreeBSD"
   appendix to the FreeBSD Handbook.

   All users are encouraged to consult the release errata before
   installing FreeBSD. The errata document is updated with
   "late-breaking" information discovered late in the release cycle
   or after the release. Typically, it contains information on known
   bugs, security advisories, and corrections to documentation. An
   up-to-date copy of the errata for FreeBSD 8.0-RELEASE can be found
   on the FreeBSD Web site.

     --------------------------------------------------------------

2 What's New

   This section describes the most user-visible new or changed
   features in FreeBSD since 7.2-RELEASE. In general, changes
   described here are unique to the 8.0-STABLE branch unless
   specifically marked as MERGED features.

   Typical release note items document recent security advisories
   issued after 7.2-RELEASE, new drivers or hardware support, new
   commands or options, major bug fixes, or contributed software
   upgrades. They may also list changes to major ports/packages or
   release engineering practices. Clearly the release notes cannot
   list every single change made to FreeBSD between releases; this
   document focuses primarily on security advisories, user-visible
   changes, and major architectural improvements.

     --------------------------------------------------------------

  2.1 Security Advisories

     --------------------------------------------------------------

  2.2 Kernel Changes

    2.2.1 Boot Loader Changes

     --------------------------------------------------------------

    2.2.2 Hardware Support

      2.2.2.1 Multimedia Support

     --------------------------------------------------------------

      2.2.2.2 Network Interface Support

     --------------------------------------------------------------

    2.2.3 Network Protocols

     --------------------------------------------------------------

    2.2.4 Disks and Storage

     --------------------------------------------------------------

    2.2.5 File Systems

     --------------------------------------------------------------

  2.3 Userland Changes

    2.3.1 /etc/rc.d Scripts

     --------------------------------------------------------------

  2.4 Contributed Software

     --------------------------------------------------------------

  2.5 Ports/Packages Collection Infrastructure

     --------------------------------------------------------------

  2.6 Release Engineering and Integration

     --------------------------------------------------------------

  2.7 Documentation

     --------------------------------------------------------------

3 Upgrading from previous releases of FreeBSD

   [amd64, i386] Beginning with FreeBSD 6.2-RELEASE, binary upgrades
   between RELEASE versions (and snapshots of the various security
   branches) are supported using the freebsd-update(8) utility. The
   binary upgrade procedure will update unmodified userland
   utilities, as well as unmodified GENERIC or SMP kernels
   distributed as a part of an official FreeBSD release. The
   freebsd-update(8) utility requires that the host being upgraded
   have Internet connectivity.

   An older form of binary upgrade is supported through the Upgrade
   option from the main sysinstall(8) menu on CDROM distribution
   media. This type of binary upgrade may be useful on non-i386,
   non-amd64 machines or on systems with no Internet connectivity.

   Source-based upgrades (those based on recompiling the FreeBSD base
   system from source code) from previous versions are supported,
   according to the instructions in /usr/src/UPDATING.

     Important: Upgrading FreeBSD should, of course, only be
     attempted after backing up all data and configuration files.

     --------------------------------------------------------------

 This file, and other release-related documents, can be downloaded from
                        [url]http://www.FreeBSD.org/[/url].

 For questions about FreeBSD, read the documentation before contacting
                        <questions@FreeBSD.org>.

   For questions about this documentation, e-mail <doc@FreeBSD.org>.

[/FILE]


Shame I have to wait for another Wd Raptor to arrive, I imagine Id hose something up, especially after just building a custom kernel on 7.2 a couple days ago.
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Postby graudeejs » 23 Nov 2009, 11:58

DutchDaemon wrote:The European mirrors are not there yet for RELENG_8 ;)

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TYPE="FreeBSD"
REVISION="8.0"
BRANCH="PRERELEASE"


My local mirror in Latvia is OK :)
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Postby FBSDin20Steps » 23 Nov 2009, 12:00

Yes, at least cvsup.nl.freebsd.org is :D
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Postby cuongvt » 23 Nov 2009, 12:04

me cvsup too :D
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Postby graudeejs » 23 Nov 2009, 12:08

Will release notes be added later, or they will stay the way they are on CD/DVD? hmmm

Does this means that DVD/CD's will be updated?
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Postby vivek » 23 Nov 2009, 12:12

For me nearest is cvsup.jp.FreeBSD.org but I end up using cvsup.FreeBSD.org.
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Postby joel@ » 23 Nov 2009, 15:24

vivek wrote:It is final release, I've just started my desktop buildworld from 8.0RC3 to 8.0 final. You can grab it :)

It isn't final until Ken has sent the announcement.
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