TrueOS BSD Stable Milestone With Installer Improvements, Lumina 1.2.2 Desktop
Written by Michael Larabel in BSD on 2 June 2017 at 09:00 AM EDT. 7 Comments
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TrueOS, the FreeBSD-derived operating system formerly known as PC-BSD, is out with a six-month stable release update.

Today's TrueOS stable update has a number of fixes throughout, a variety of installer fixes, HAL is no longer installed by default, VirtualBox support improvements, a better first-boot wizard, updated OpenRC init system, usage of the Lumina 1.2.2 desktop environment, and modular Lumina packaging.

This stable update to TrueOS also has a number of updated ports from FreeBSD.

Those wishing to learn more about today's TrueOS update can do so via TrueOS.org.
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