Contributed by ray on from the anywhere-but-home dept.
We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of BSDanywhere 4.4 - enlightenment at your fingertips.
As always, we release our OpenBSD based images in two flavours: i386 (32bit) and amd64 (64bit). There are no changes compared to the last release candidate:
Here's a quick summary of the not-to-intense changes since 4.3 (remember, all the innovation comes from OpenBSD anyway):
- Removed packages: gimp, abiword, audacious, mutt, rsnapshot, darkstat. We are really limited in space. That's why we decided to concentrate on the primary focus of BSDanywhere, which is hardware testing and system rescue.
- Added packages: dnstop, dnstracer
- We now enabled 'machdep.kbdreset' which permits console CTRL-ALT-DEL to do a nice halt.
- We no longer skip the 5 second period of the interactive boot command line.
- We no longer set the X11 keyboard layout because OpenBSD does so natively in 4.4.
- Last but not least we have great new artwork, provided graciously by Tim Saueressig!
Be sure to check this project out! The artwork is worth checking out if you'd like some fancy CD-R labels!
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