TrueOS 20170424 Stable Update
Written by Michael Larabel in BSD on 24 April 2017 at 11:32 AM EDT. 16 Comments
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For those wishing to try out the FreeBSD-based desktop-focused TrueOS operating system, formerly known as PC-BSD, there is a new stable release.

The TrueOS Stable 4/24/17 update has installer/ISO changes to now have a single install image for both desktop and server use-cases, the removal of the text install option, and other installation improvements.

Other TrueOS changes in this stable update include NVIDIA/driver detection fixes, boot environment listing fix for the FreeBSD boot-loader, VirtualBox fixes, new icon themes for Lumina, and dropping of the legacy pc-diskmanager.

More details on this stable update to TrueOS over at TrueOS.org.
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