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Posted Oct 28, 2004 4:32 UTC (Thu) by rsidd (subscriber, #2582)
Parent article: What's New in FreeBSD 5.3

It now looks increasingly likely that FreeBSD 5.3 will ship with ULE turned off.

ULE has recommended against for weeks (months?) and turned off in the default GENERIC kernel config. It has known problems and no active maintainer at present. Nothing new there. The problem is many people have their own custom kernel configs that they've been using since before ULE was deprecated. Now the ULE has actually been disabled in the build, i.e. if you enable it the build will error out.

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