FreeBSD 6.0 released

By Justin Mann on November 4, 2005, 11:59 AM
Popular BSD release FreeBSD 6.0 has been released! After a long wait with the 5.x series, version 6 is available for all standard platforms. Among numerous updates, 6.0 also includes much better wireless and WPA support (becoming more important every day), a multithreaded filesystem that can take advantage of dual-cpu and multi-core systems. There is support for various architectures including native AMD64. As with other releases, you can purchase media, or download the ISOs for free from a BSD mirror or from bittorrent, the link of which is available on the BSD site.




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phantasm66 said:
I am getting ready to try it out in Vmware as we speak.
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