BSD News 25/04/2016


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Releases:SoloBSD, HardenedBSD, DragonFly BSD
Other news: BSDSec, BSDnow, p2k16, OpenBSD, NetBSD


BSDSec



Releases

SoloBSD 10.3-STABLE-v44.2

There is a new build of SoloBSD 10.3-STABLE based on the latest HardenedBSD stable branch version 44.2
You can grab it from Here. (45.8 Mb)
root password: solobsd

New stable release: HardenedBSD-stable 10-STABLE v44.2

HardenedBSD-10-STABLE-v44.2 - https://github.com/HardenedBSD/hardenedBSD-stable/releases/tag/HardenedB...
 

DragonFly 4.4.3 released

The DragonFly 4.4.3 point release is out.  There’s a commit page listing the changes between 4.4.2 and 4.4.3.  Nobody will be surprised that there’s an OpenSSL update in there.
If you want a complete image, it’s available for download at your nearest mirror.  If you want to upgrade an existing install:
cd /usr; make src-update 
    (or  src-create-shallow if you don't already have source)
make buildworld && make buildkernel
make installkernel && make installworld
make upgrade
reboot
 

News

The p2k16 hackathon has begun

OpenBSD developers from around the world have just gathered in Nantes, France for the p2k16 hackathon. This event is technically a ports hackathon, but many non-porters have showed up too, which means you can expect a variety of different improvements. As an early example, [email protected] has just set sysmerge to run automatically during the upgrade process.
Head over to the hackathons page to see the artwork, and stay tuned to Undeadly for some post-hackathon reports.

Rushing into BSD | BSD Now 138

This week on the show, we will be talking to Benedict Reushling about his role with the FreeBSD foundation and the journey that took him there. That plus a few weeks worth of news to get caught up on, coming up next on BSDNow!

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