LibertyBSD 6.1 Released As A "Deblobbed" Version Of OpenBSD
Written by Michael Larabel in BSD on 5 October 2017 at 08:39 AM EDT. 13 Comments
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LibertyBSD 6.1 is now available as a deblobbed version of OpenBSD.

LibertyBSD is a downstream of OpenBSD that focuses on only distributing free software. OpenBSD ships with non-free, binary-only firmware like Linux, but LibertyBSD strips away those binary-only bits, similar to the Linux-libre downstream kernel.

LibertyBSD 6.1 otherwise is similar to OpenBSD 6.1, which was released this past April. It can be downloaded from LibertyBSD.net.
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