FreeBSD 10.0-RC5 Ends Up Being Declared
Written by Michael Larabel in BSD on 9 January 2014 at 04:47 PM EST. 5 Comments
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While FreeBSD 10.0-RC4 was released last week and it was the last anticipated version before the already delayed final FreeBSD 10.0 release, an RC5 version ended up being warranted today.

FreeBSD 10.0-RC5 fixes an IPv4 multi-cast regression, OpenSSL CVEs, a kinfo_file structure change, race condition changes, etc. For those not familiar with new features to FreeBSD 10.0, see the ten best features compared to FreeBSD 9.

The FreeBSD 10.0-RC5 announcement can be read on the freebsd-stable list. Hopefully FreeBSD 10.0-RC6 won't be needed so the final version can be ushered out in the near future.
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