OpenBSD 4.9 Brings Various Improvements
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 1 May 2011 at 01:09 PM EDT. 2 Comments
OpenBSD 4.9 has been released today while many Europeans are out with their first of May celebrations.

The new OpenBSD 4.9 release enables the NTFS read-only support by default now with their generic kernels, support for machines with up to 64 cores, support for AES-NI instructions with new Intel CPUs, better suspend-and-resume support, various new hardware drivers, SCSI improvements, and many other enhancements.

For more information on the OpenBSD 4.9 release, visit OpenBSD.org.
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