FreeBSD 10.1 In Beta Ahead Of Planned Release Next Month
Written by Michael Larabel in BSD on 14 September 2014 at 04:42 PM EDT. 3 Comments
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The first beta release of FreeBSD 10.1 is now available ahead of its planned official debut by the end of October.

Glen Barber announced the FreeBSD 10.1 Beta 1 release on Sunday for all of the popular CPU architectures. FreeBSD 10.1 is a minor but significant update over FreeBSD 10.0 with various package updates, bug fixes, and other modest improvements. Though some items worth noting include LLVM Clang compiler updates and native iSCSI stack improvements.

The FreeBSD 10.1 release schedule has two betas happening over the next two weeks, three release candidates every week of October, and a plan to do the official FreeBSD 10.1-RELEASE on 29 October. More details on this weekend's FreeBSD 10.1 Beta 1 can be found via Glen's release announcement.
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