The OpenBSD 5.4 Release

Discussion in 'all things UNIX' started by ronjor, Nov 2, 2013.

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  1. ronjor

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    Their songs get more embarrassingly cheesy each time...

    But I am downloading the ISO as I type this. I'll give it a spin; OpenBSD is in some ways rather primitive, but in my experience it has improved significantly with each release.

    BTW, I know some people here do not think the OpenBSD devs can be taken seriously. To which I'd reply: these are also the people who maintain OpenSSH. If we can't take them seriously, network computing is probably doomed.

    Edit: FWIW, for those who wish to run OpenBSD in Virtualbox, note that 5.4 still requires the -norawr0 flag, if your computer does not have hardware virtualization capability.
     
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