Re: ZFS on kFreeBSD
Hannes a écrit :
> Am Montag, 21. September 2009 09:15:04 schrieb Petr Salinger:
>>> While the current status of Debian GNU/kFreeBSD is interesting, I
>>> was quite disappointed there is no ZFS support in it (at least any
>>> related tools).
>>> Any plans to enable this support?
>> End of http://lists.debian.org/debian-bsd/2009/08/msg00130.html:
>> If we still have more time I think we should probably have the
>> following things working:
>> - ZFS support. Kernel support should be there with the next kernel
>> upload, but there is still all the userland libs/tools to package.
>> - Keyboard configuration with console-setup.
> What about the GELI-tools for disk-encryption? Disk encrpytion is very
> important for all kinds of setups from portable to file-server. I know
> both many Debianers and many FreeBSD-users that encrypt all their
> systems and would not use an OS that doesn't provide disk-encryption.
> Kernel-Support is already there, only the tools are missing (which is
> only the "geli" command actually). Geli has very good performance
> (hardware accelerated if available) and is file system agnostic. That
> means the FreeBSD-kernel is the only kernel that provides stable
> That might make Debian GNU/kFreeBSD appeal to more people (and I could
> use it on my Laptop ;) )!
That's the same, someone has to package it. freebsd-utils looks like the
best place to add it.
Aurelien Jarno GPG: 1024D/F1BCDB73