FreeBSD 10.3-RC1 Brings Security Fixes, Hyper-V Tweaks
Written by Michael Larabel in BSD on 5 March 2016 at 07:53 AM EST. Add A Comment
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FreeBSD 10.3-RC1 was released today as the newest development milestone leading up to FreeBSD 10.3 that should be officially released later this month.

FreeBSD 10.3-RC1 has a number of OpenSSL security fixes, Hyper-V driver changes, regression fixes, and other bug fixes.

Those interested in learning more about FreeBSD 10.3-RC1 can visit the release announcement.

The current 10.3R schedule puts two more release candidates ahead while they hope to have the official 10.3-RELEASE set for 29 March. Kudos as well to FreeBSD developers with the 10.3 cycle as so far they have managed to meet their release schedule right as planned without making any compromises to quality nor being challenged by delays like some past cycles.
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