PC-BSD 10.2 Released With Installer Improvements, Other Enhancements

Written by Michael Larabel in BSD on 21 August 2015 at 12:36 PM EDT. 1 Comment
The latest version of the desktop-focused PC-BSD operating system is now available.

PC-BSD 10.2 is, of course, based off the brand new FreeBSD 10.2 that was released last week.

Besides updating the base system off the upstream FreeBSD 10.2-RELEASE packages, there are improvements to PC-BSD's installer, new CD-sized network installation media, iocage is now the jail management backend, a disk manager GUI is now available from the installer GUI, there's improved localization, support to enable/disable SSD and IPv6 at install-time, improved support for 4K monitors, an enterprise package repository, and other changes.

More details on PC-BSD 10.2 via the PCBSD.org blog.
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