[time-nuts] FreeBSD version

Poul-Henning Kamp phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Thu Oct 1 06:40:25 UTC 2009

In message <c793a5fe0909302023q665f5dffi514ea6b606f8ee3f at mail.gmail.com>, Josep
h Gray writes:
>I know this has been asked in the past, but things change and new
>versions come out. So, what is the currently recommended version of
>FreeBSD to use for an NTP server? Is the same version recommended for
>a NanoBSD build? I'm probably going to build a server from a Net4501
>and another from an old "internet appliance" PC with a WinChip (sort
>of a 586). Does that change the recommendations any?

I would go with freebsd 7 at this point.

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