NetBSD 7.0-RC3 Brings Fixes, Enables SMP For The Raspberry Pi 2
For those that haven't been monitoring NetBSD 7 development, it's going to be a huge release. Highlights for NetBSD 7.0 include Intel and Radeon graphics support via the ported Linux DRM/KMS kernel driver code, ARM multi-processor support, support for a number of new ARM boards, GPT support in SysVinit, Lua kernel scripting support, GCC 4.8.4 is the default compiler, and hundreds of other updates and improvements.
Today's NetBSD 7.0-RC3 release enables SMP support for the Raspberry Pi 2, a disabled-by-default option for letting the system attempt to resize the root file-system to fill its partition prior to read-write mounting, DRM/KMS stability improvements, and a whole lot of other bug fixes and routine package updates.
More details on NetBSD 7.0-RC3 can be found via the NetBSD blog.