3.0.3 images up


I’ve uploaded DragonFly 3.0.3 disk images, both ISO and IMG.  They should start appearing on a mirror site near you in the next 24 hours.  This took a while after the tagging, I know, but I wanted to make sure every one of them booted.  I didn’t on a previous release, and regretted it.

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  1. Charles says:

    Could it be possible to add CARP support in the kernel by default ? I already asked on the mailing list but I don’t really know who will decide about this.

  2. This is one of those things where there’s plenty of people who could do it, but nobody who has a particular focus to do so.

    If you can submit a patch for it, it may help, since it makes it that much easier to do so.

  3. Igor says:

    Idea about thread kernel BSD – VERY GOOD!!! BUT REALISED – VERYBAD: rebuild world(kernel panic ) o’key. rebuild kernel -reboot: No loader(!!!!) – fdisk, disklabel not help – i return to FreeBSD(better old gcc, that unstable OS), i hope 10 years or 20 years i return to this OS, but NOT NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. Thomas Nikolajsen says:

    Igor,
    Please be a bit more specific on what doesn’t work for you. It work nice here for many moons :)
    u
    Which commands do you use, what happens, etc?
    Try ‘man fdisk’ etc, man pages are well maintained.
    Also users@ mail-list might be better for this.
    It seem like you could like dfly, so pity if you turn it down if you just need to learn a bit about using it

  5. Thomas Nikolajsen says:

    Justin,
    Is 3.0.3 released yet?
    http://www.dragonflybsd.org still says 3.0.2.

    PS: Thanks for doing the RE work

  6. Thomas – oops. I remember thinking I needed to update the page, and then lost track thinking about the mailing lists. Fixed now – thanks.

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