OpenBSD-Forked Bitrig Finally Sees Its Initial Release
Written by Michael Larabel in BSD on 4 December 2014 at 08:41 AM EST. 9 Comments
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Back in 2012 OpenBSD got forked as Bitrig and as of this week the initial release is finally available.

Bitrig launched to focus on supporting modern architectures, a focus on LLVM/Clang rather than GCC, and other modern development focuses compared to OpenBSD carrying a lot of legacy support.

Bitrig has been under active development and now more than two years after the original announcement the first ISO release happened.

The Bitrig website is still fairly bare but you can learn more or download the open-source operating system at Bitrig.org.

Among the items still on the Bitrig roadmap is ARM multi-processor support, fine-frained multi-processor support, KVM support, EFI support, and supporting the latest GNU binutils linker.
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