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Originally Posted by mahlerfan That response doesn't even make sense. If my hardware wasn't supported properly by FreeBSD, then why would I have no problems with the earlier release? Hmm, ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mahlerfan
    That response doesn't even make sense. If my hardware wasn't supported properly by FreeBSD, then why would I have no problems with the earlier release?
    Hmm, let's see. Different supported hardware, different kernel, different base system, different drivers. Is that understandable enough?

    Let me put this another way. I communicate with a lot of FreeBSD folks, and amazingly you are the only one who has reported that 6.2 is significantly less stable than 5.5. Let me rephrase that: You are the only person in the history of computing who has equated FreeBSD to Windows ME.

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    Well, my FreeBSD never crashed and it is indeed very stable. I just learned how to install it properly so the problems I had in the begining were related to software compatibility installation. Even installing it wrongly I had no crashes.

    Can you show us a bug by setting up a command line or something like that ?

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