I did not know that /usr/src/stand is where /boot comes from. Now we both know.
Some tips on creating/booting a read-only DragonFly system.
Interpreted through a related commit: DragonFly might have a paravirtual SCSI driver soon?
The installer should always take care of this for you, but if for some reason you need it: formatting a disk with gpt.
Will Senn just started using DragonFly and he wrote up his experience.
DragonFly now checks both /etc/rc.d and /etc/rc.local.d during boot and shutdown, so you don’t have to mix system-installed and local rc scripts.
DragonFly now has support for 19h / Zen3 AMD temperature sensors.