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TAHI [tai] which is sea bream in Japanese sounds similar to
the word "mede-tai" which means "felicity" in Japanese.
And furthermore, "tai" is auspiciously red in color.
Especially eating "tai" at celebration is staying in
Japanese traditional culture.
Currently, TAHI Project supports only FreeBSD/i386.
"v6eval" might have a problem on 64-bit OS
because TAHI Project never had verified "v6eval" on 64-bit OS.
In order to avoid potential problems,
TAHI Project recommends to use FreeBSD/i386.
"v6eval" requires to install <devel/p5-IO-Tty> from FreeBSD package
system. But p5-IO-Tty-1.07 which is bundled with FreeBSD 6.4-RELEASE has the
well-known problem. Please refer to FreeBSD problem report #128941.
If you met the error message quoted below, you need to update your
FreeBSD Ports collection and install the latest p5-IO-Tty.
Cannot create a new IO::Tty from fd 4: Bad file descriptor at
/usr/local/lib//perl5/site_perl/5.8.8/V6evalRemote.pm line 640