FreeBSD 10.0-RC4 Now Available, Last Before Final
Written by Michael Larabel in BSD on 2 January 2014 at 10:46 AM EST. Add A Comment
FreeBSD 10.0-RC4 has been released today as hopefully the last test release of the popular BSD operating system before declaring the official 10.0 release in the days to come.

FreeBSD 10.0-RC4 just has tightened default restrictions for the NTPD server and a fix for a kernel crash discovered with a recent Java port update. WIth this expected to be the last release candidate, there isn't much more than that.

Details on FreeBSD 10.0-RC4 can be found via the mailing list announcement. After months of delays, the final release of FreeBSD 10.0 will likely come within a week or two. FreeBSD 10.0 has many new features to hopefully make up for the delays.

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