Contributed by jcr on from the my-favorite-things dept.
November 1st 2013, Calgary, Alberta and elsewhere:
The OpenBSD project has announced the release of OpenBSD 5.4, the project's 35th release on a steady six month release cycle.
You can order a CDROM set to help support the project.
Notable advancements include new or extended platforms like octeon and beagle, moving VAX to ELF format, improved hardware support including Kernel Mode Setting (KMS), overhauled inteldrm(4), experimental support for fuse(4), reworked checksum handling for network protocols, OpenSMTPD 5.3.3, OpenSSH 6.3, over 7,800 ports, and many other improvements and additions.
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