Long-time Slashdot reader basscomm writes, “After a couple of delays, FreeBSD 11 has been released. Check out the release notes here.”
The FreeBSD Foundation writes:
The latest release continues to pioneer the field of copyfree-licensed, open source operating systems by including new architecture support, performance improvements, toolchain enhancements and support for contemporary wireless chipsets.
The new features and improvements bring about an even more robust operating system that both companies and end users alike benefit greatly from using.
FreeBSD 11 supports both the ARMv8 and RISC-V architectures, and also supports the 802.11n wireless networking standard. In addition, OpenSSH has been updated to 7.2p2, and OpenSSH DSA key generation has been disabled by default, so “It is important to update OpenSSH keys prior to upgrading.”
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