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Old 15th November 2011
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Default FreeBSD-9.0-RC2

According to a message on a FBSD mailing list there should be a FreeBSD-RC2

Up to now I only can find it on the main FBSD ftp site, and not on the couple of European mirrors I tried.

From ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/re...SO-IMAGES/9.0/

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Index of ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/re...SO-IMAGES/9.0/

Name                                    Size            Last Modified
File:CHECKSUM.MD5                       1 KB            11/13/11        02:26:00
File:CHECKSUM.SHA256                    1 KB            11/13/11        02:26:00
File:FreeBSD-9.0-RC2-i386-bootonly.iso  131588 KB       11/12/11        18:45:00
File:FreeBSD-9.0-RC2-i386-dvd1.iso      513852 KB       11/12/11        18:43:00
File:FreeBSD-9.0-RC2-i386-memstick.img  547720 KB       11/12/11        18:45:00
I also looked on a couple of the ftp[0-9][0-9]*.freebsd.org mirrors in the US but these also don't have it.
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I found one on ftp4.freebsd.org but it is going to take nearly 2 hours
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I'm running it via a buildworld cycle from RC1. Haven't looked for it anywhere to download (RC1 was all that was available a couple of weeks ago when I did the install).

Maybe the mirrors are just taking extra long to sync from the main server(s)???
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Maybe the mirrors are just taking extra long to sync from the main server(s)???
The RC2 date is 12th of Nov, it is the 15th now. Maybe I am too accustomed to some European OpenBSD snapshot mirrors, which mirror nightly
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The latest version I have of the RELENG_9 branch is 9.0-PRELEASE (according to sys/conf/newvers.sh)
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The box I want to install on, used to be a Win XP box. It now only temporarily has an OpenBSD snapshot.
Because I mainly run BSD's on old hardware, I am accustomed to clean installs from CD or ftp, instead of compiling/upgrading from source.

BTW My 2 hour download from ftp4.freebsd.org has just finished
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I built FreeBSD 9 from SVN last Friday, and ended up with:

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FreeBSD box 9.0-RC2 FreeBSD 9.0-RC2 #0: Fri Nov 11 23:14:22 CET 2011     
toor@box:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/BM64  amd64
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