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The MirOS Team is proud to announce the immediate release of MirOS BSD #quinquies. This release is the fifth in the stable #7 branch. It is a bug-fix relase and contains all the security and system updates since MirOS BSD #7quater.

Important: If you have already downloaded this release before January 6, please do so again. The tarballs (sans X) have been rerolled.

Home page
http://mirbsd.de
Download
http://www.mirbsd.org/MirOS/v7/bsd/

The MD5 and SHA1 checksum files have been signed with PGP. You are encouraged to check the signatures and checksums before installing.

Have a lot of fun!
The MirOS development team
Thorsten Glaser, Benny Siegert

Changes

This release contains at least the following changes since MirOS #7quater:

What is MirOS?

MirOS BSD (or MirBSD) is a secure operating system derived from OpenBSD. It incorporates code from many other sources, particularly from NetBSD. These systems share a common origin - Berkeley UNIX (BSD), originally developed at the University of Berkeley. MirOS #7quinquies is available for Intel-based computers from 80486DX or 80487SX onwards. For the moment, SPARC users will have to use MirOS BSD #7quater.

The MirOS development team would like to say thanks to the Unix Research Groups at AT&T and Berkeley, the people involved in 4.4BSD, 386BSD, NetBSD™ and the OpenBSD team, as well as the various people who have contributed code and documentation (FreeBSD and ISDN4BSD, Sendmail, Apache™, X Consortium, the Free Software Foundation and the FSF Europe, to name a few).

We would also like to thank all those people who have supported MirOS in the past, including sponsoring the developers and plain downloading and using MirOS. Special thanks go to Josh "selerius" Steele from CodeFusion IS for hosting the mirbsd.bsdadvocacy.org website for about two and an half year until the death of the server, as well as Andreas "ScottyTM" Kupfer and Bastian "waldi" Blank for providing domain names for the project.

Major Differences to OpenBSD

Selected changes of the MirOS #7 line against the current (end of 2003) development version of OpenBSD include:

MirOS #7 is only an interim release with pentium optimizations. Other releases of MirOS use gcc 3.x as the default compiler, with Athlon optimizations. MirOS/x86 runs on systems with Pentium-compatible CPU and more than 32 Mebibytes of RAM.
Despite being an interim release, MirOS #7quinquies is - contrary to MirOS #5 - designed to provide a stable, commercially usable codebase and long-time usability.

In order to employ the full functionality of the installer, you will have to edit files (ppp.conf, isp/isp.chat, isdnd.rc, raid0.conf are examples) with the ed(1) editor. To ease that, this manual page is included in the installation image, located as "ed.hlp" in the root directory on x86. If you do not like the bootmanager facility, choose the (u)pdate option in fdisk after starting it like fdisk -ef /nonexistent wd0. If you like installing on a CCD device, add "ccd0 on" to /var/run/dmesg.boot so the installer recognizes it. After creating and enabling RAID devices, it's recommended to run "raidctl -A yes raid0" (or -A root) and reboot, after which the installer should automatically recognize it.

If you have support inquiries or other questions, please visit the IRC channel #mirbsd on the Freeforge network: maou.mirbsd.org or irc.freeforge.net.
We used to be in #deutsch at OFTC: irc6.oftc.net (or irc.oftc.net for all these people who only have IPv4 instead of full Internet access).
Earlier we have been in the Freenode PDPC (OPN) IRC network: http://www.freenode.net/.

From within MirOS, simply hit "tinyirc", return, "/join #deutsch" and return; please notice that root users are banned from using IRC for security reasons. Another place considered a support channel for MirOS is the usenet; more specifically comp.unix.bsd.misc or de.comp.os.unix.bsd.
The default shell is csh for historical reasons, but can be changed to ksh - using tcsh or GNU bash is not officially supported.

If you like MirOS, feel free to support the developers with an amount of money within your choice. Please contact us by eMail if you wish to do so. We're using sponsored money mainly to improve MirOS, but also to build up a community of open source (BSD preferred) users in the local area of the head developer (Bonn, Germany) as well as via IRC. Finally, we support our upstream code feeders, mainly OpenBSD, but also others, with donations - which is why you should not directly donate to the OpenBSD project for MirOS any more.

Legal Stuff

Please read the full stuff at About MirOS.

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however remain freely available. The patch files provided with some
ports are usually unified diffs against third-party software which
thus share their licence. If such a diff cannot be freely provided,
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Several of the authors named below have since removed, or ceased to
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