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The FreeBSD release engineering team has shared that they're hoping for the operating system's next release to come at the end of August.
10 July 2013 - FreeBSD 9.2
MidnightBSD 0.4 has been released as an operating system derived from FreeBSD 9.1, but with many extra features, including a new package management tool.
6 July 2013 - MidnightBSD 0.4 - 34 Comments
The porting of the open-source Radeon Linux graphics driver to FreeBSD is coming along well. The developer behind this work is hoping that the user-space Radeon Mesa/Gallium3D driver changes will be merged upstream for Mesa 9.2.
4 July 2013 - Mesa 9.2 - 12 Comments
GhostBSD 3.1 has been released as the easy-to-use desktop FreeBSD spin with your choice of the GNOME2, Openbox, and LXDE desktop environments.
28 June 2013 - GhostBSD 3.1
The NetBSD project has announced the simultaneous releases of NetBSD 6.0.2 and NetBSD 6.1, with the latter introducing new features to the open-source operating system.
19 May 2013 - NetBSD 6.1 - 2 Comments
The FreeBSD camp continues to develop pkgng, a next-generation binary package manager for the operating system.
19 May 2013 - pkgng - 27 Comments
One day after releasing the feature-rich DragonFlyBSD 3.4, the OpenBSD camp has announced the latest major release of their BSD operating system.
1 May 2013 - OpenBSD 5.3 - 1 Comment
We knew it was coming and now DragonFlyBSD 3.4 has been officially released. DragonFlyBSD 3.4 brings with it a new packaging system, a new USB stack, a new default compiler, performance improvements, and more.
30 April 2013 - DragonFlyBSD 3.4.1 - 14 Comments
The DragonFlyBSD 3.4 release is anticipated for release in mid-April and one of the features to this next BSD operating system update is the formation of DPorts, a derivative of the FreeBSD ports collection.
30 March 2013 - DPorts - 24 Comments
One month after releasing NetBSD 6.1-RC1, the second release candidate to this first feature update for NetBSD 6 is now available.
18 March 2013 - NetBSD 6.1 - 4 Comments
BSDs have struggled with their graphics drivers for years but at least the situation is slowly improving.
18 March 2013 - Intel KMS - 15 Comments
GhostBSD 3.0 is a BSD operating system derived from FreeBSD. What sets this apart from FreeBSD and the KDE-based PC-BSD is that it's shipping with the GNOME 2.x desktop environment. Openbox and LXDE are also available for this BSD OS.
10 March 2013 - GhostBSD 3.0 - 33 Comments
The FreeBSD Q4'2012 status report has been issued to update its users and other stakeholders on the state of this BSD operating system.
6 March 2013 - FreeBSD Q4 Report - 13 Comments
PC-BSD, the popular desktop FreeBSD-based operating system that's rather friendly towards conventional end-users, has now become a rolling release platform.
4 March 2013 - PC-BSD - 45 Comments
When it comes to kernel mode-setting and open-source graphics drivers, the BSD operating system with the best support is presently FreeBSD. For those, however, using NetBSD, improvements are forthcoming with an investment by the NetBSD Foundation.
27 February 2013 - BSD DRM - 2 Comments
The first release candidate of NetBSD 6.1 is now available and it will bring several new features to the forefront for this BSD operating system.
23 February 2013 - NetBSD 6.1 - 2 Comments
Jean-Sébastien Pédron has started a project to implement up-to-date support for AMD GPUs in FreeBSD.
20 February 2013 - Radeon KMS BSD - 6 Comments
Support for the Lua scripting language is being added to the NetBSD kernel so that it's possible to interact with the BSD kernel's various subsystems using this popular scripting language. With a Lua interpreter being added to the kernel, it's even possible to extend the kernel's subsystems in this scripting language.
14 February 2013 - Lua In NetBSD - 18 Comments
BHyVe is a legacy-free hypervisor being developed by FreeBSD developers that was recently merged into mainline to be part of the FreeBSD 10.0 release. The BHyVe virtualization hypervisor relies upon Intel VT-x and already has several interesting features as it aims to be truly legacy-free, high-performance, while being contained within a very small footprint.
10 February 2013 - BHyVe - 50 Comments
FreeBSD developers are working on enabling support for the C11 and C++11 programming language standards within their operating system.
9 February 2013 - Programming Languages - 2 Comments
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