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Upgrade to 5.4-RELEASE

[by sven @ Sun May 15 14:54 CEST 2005]

Last week I've been busy with upgrading FreeBSD from 4.11-STABLE (legacy) to 5.4-RELEASE (new technology). The upgrade process went pretty smooth, except that I had to compile a custom kernel because IPDIVERT is not in the GENERIC kernel by default. I also added some extra memory which makes the total amount of memory 386MB.


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