Contributed by weerd on from the 27B-6 dept.
The OpenBSD project today announced the general availability of OpenBSD 5.2, the project's 33rd twice-yearly release. The big news in this release is the introduction of real kernel threads (as described in Philip Guenther's EuroBSDCon 2012 presentation, OpenBSD and "real" threads). But as usual this release contains a number of incremental and some fairly big and important improvements over previous releases. The release page has the fuller story.
Yes, you read this right: The developers of our favorite operating system have produced another top-notch, rock-solid release, delivered on time as per the six month release cycle. You will want this one.
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