If you read no other documentation before installing this
version of FreeBSD, you should at least by all means *READ
THE ERRATA* for this release so that you don't stumble over
problems which have already been found and fixed. This ERRATA.TXT
file is obviously already out of date by definition, but other
copies are kept updated on the net and should be consulted as
the "current errata" for your release. These other copies of
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---- Security Advisories:
Current active security advisories: None
---- System Update Information:
The tcpdump binary in the bin distribution is erroneously linked against
the libcrypto.so library, which is only found in the separate crypto
Therefore, if you only install the bin distribution without the crypto
distribution, tcpdump will not work as installed.
Fix: Download a new tcpdump binary from the following location:
The MD5 checksum of this file is:
i386 version: MD5 (tcpdump) = 0b3d32b367e7312d546ccae8f1824391
alpha version: MD5 (tcpdump) = 2d113fa4c38c8a0299d558acb5c6ad57
To verify the checksum of your downloaded copy, perform the following
and compare with the above.
o Tool source code not installed by install.sh (outside of sysinstall)
If you are attempting to extract the full source code from
the CDROM (outside of the sysinstall program), you will end up missing
the tool source code.
Fix: If you are running install.sh from /cdrom/src, you will need to also
cat stool.?? | tar --unlink -xpzf - -C /usr/src
to have the tool sources (/usr/src/tools hierarchy) installed. These are
required to successfully build world.