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DragonFlyBSD Continues Gutting Its i386 Code
Rounds 69 and 70 were merged this weekend on weeding out the i386 code that is no longer needed within their kernel.
This cleaning and a lot more will in turn be part of the DragonFlyBSD 5.6 release that should be out around the middle of summer. DragonFlyBSD continues to be x86_64 focused only and not having focused on ARM ports or the recent open-source infatuation with RISC-V and other architectures. Those wanting to give DragonFlyBSD a whirl this weekend can do so at DragonFlyBSD.org.