NetBSD 3.0 final released

By Justin Mann on December 23, 2005, 7:05 PM
NetBSD, considered one of the most secure operating systems around, is now available in the 3.0 release, bringing a multitude of changes and a lot of new features. Things such as SpeedStep support (a long time in coming, that), new wireless and gigabit support, better VPN and many others. There's a full changelist at NetBSD's site which you can peruse. This is of more interest to people maintaining BSD-based servers, but cool stuff nevertheless.

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mentaljedi said:
I'll have to read more on this, but this is good news for many people who use it. But hopefully for them, it will support the brand's image of a secure OS.
MonkeyMan said:
Yes I agree mental, I think its great that they came out with a 3.0 release, this is a plus to its loyal customers. Good job NETBSD.
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