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Primeiro RC do FreeBSD 9.1

Postado por gondim | Categoria FreeBSD | Dia 23-08-2012


The first release candidate of the 9.1-RELEASE release cycle is now
available on the FTP servers for amd64, i386, and powerpc64. The
MD5/SHA256 checksums are at the bottom of this message. The ISO images
and, for architectures that support it, the memory stick images are
available here:

(or any of the FreeBSD mirror sites).

Current plans are for there to be one more RC build, followed by the
release itself. The current target schedule is here:

If you notice any problems you can report them through the normal Gnats
PR system or here on the -stable mailing list.

With both the doc and ports repositories now moved to SVN it has been
decided to not export the 9.1 release branch activity to CVS. So
csup/cvsup update mechanisms are not available for updating to 9.1-RC1.
If you would like to use SVN the branch to use is releng/9.1.

The freebsd-update(8) utility supports binary upgrades of i386 and amd64
systems running earlier FreeBSD releases. Systems running 9.0-RELEASE
can upgrade as follows:

# freebsd-update upgrade -r 9.1-RC1

During this process, FreeBSD Update may ask the user to help by merging
some configuration files or by confirming that the automatically performed
merging was done correctly.

# freebsd-update install

The system must be rebooted with the newly installed kernel before

# shutdown -r now

After rebooting, freebsd-update needs to be run again to install the new
userland components, and the system needs to be rebooted again:

# freebsd-update install
# shutdown -r now

Users of earlier FreeBSD releases (FreeBSD 7.X, 8.X) can also use
freebsd-update to upgrade to FreeBSD 9.1-RC1, but will be prompted to
rebuild all third-party applications (e.g., anything installed from the
ports tree) after the second invocation of “freebsd-update install”, in
order to handle differences in the system libraries between FreeBSD 7.X
or FreeBSD 8.X and FreeBSD 9.X.


MD5 (FreeBSD-9.1-RC1-amd64-bootonly.iso) = 370b1c7b5a816289c6822f577fbf59d5
MD5 (FreeBSD-9.1-RC1-amd64-disc1.iso) = a6d6bd8c47509e71af2b74a39d1ed6be
MD5 (FreeBSD-9.1-RC1-amd64-memstick.img) = 320bbcb382bd335e835636278cdb168d

MD5 (FreeBSD-9.1-RC1-i386-bootonly.iso) = 0e3bf9d6f233b0502bac54b45d8a8fe9
MD5 (FreeBSD-9.1-RC1-i386-disc1.iso) = 2d911a7c7e3ed6f93bf0a03d0696aab7
MD5 (FreeBSD-9.1-RC1-i386-memstick.img) = 64608c316269f38390501b331b954b44

MD5 (FreeBSD-9.1-RC1-powerpc64-bootonly.iso) = 4ea17dc932dad7632d7bea70af5e16a7
MD5 (FreeBSD-9.1-RC1-powerpc64-memstick) = f28d44cd7fec655d6944cdeabeca2d6c
MD5 (FreeBSD-9.1-RC1-powerpc64-release.iso) = 08742f914353300917c92b339728b80e

SHA256 (FreeBSD-9.1-RC1-amd64-bootonly.iso) = f080e8c7cecd9bb44240a52e17827a94ad178f040b16526d339c8d0f2f1cdfd7
SHA256 (FreeBSD-9.1-RC1-amd64-disc1.iso) = 27bc85ec853f590f19ece8ddd672d62bfe58f6d8de874afd71958bd42b48f8c9
SHA256 (FreeBSD-9.1-RC1-amd64-memstick.img) = d8312855a32dba9b22fd208c2426d136640421ccca459ce429f8a70edee9398c

SHA256 (FreeBSD-9.1-RC1-i386-bootonly.iso) = 1c8c555aa700d2b3bda77748436a1a6c2497521aae0974a7cd97451a27a9e3e4
SHA256 (FreeBSD-9.1-RC1-i386-disc1.iso) = f16a310fe80a01555f5d3dd108bae3b8e08d01db18d7dd7d4e70e13f0bc0a7a8
SHA256 (FreeBSD-9.1-RC1-i386-memstick.img) = 0799b8efd6f8678c474fe8048a265e21b487665f70c6e4172087e3c76b28a798

SHA256 (FreeBSD-9.1-RC1-powerpc64-bootonly.iso) = e183acb6cbb5cdbba3b3830e773c4e49ecb315eb07bde5d91d2e9595ba679d5f
SHA256 (FreeBSD-9.1-RC1-powerpc64-memstick) = afc19a57f8d7e8b8a49f863f817221d7639f1b78288cdb0a7b8ffa5b60632d64
SHA256 (FreeBSD-9.1-RC1-powerpc64-release.iso) = 71c8a2965ff1198894e84ce0260e801b9e7f234c560bbbe95bf49274d399166d

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