OpenBSD Journal

April 21, 2022: OpenBSD 7.1 Released

Contributed by Peter N. M. Hansteen on from the [northern] springtime for OpenBSD dept.

The long spring (or fall) wait is over, the OpenBSD project today formally released OpenBSD 7.1, the 52nd release of our favorite open source operating system.

As usual, the release page lists the main highlights of the new release, which include

The new release supports 13 distinct hardware platforms with thousands of prebuilt packages for all platforms.

If you want to delve further into the details before (or while, after) installing or upgrading to the new release, the detailed changelog has all the details. Those upgrading from the 7.0 release (or earlier) should consult the Upgrade Guide.

If you enjoy this release, please remember to donate to the project as a way of saying thanks to the developers for their work.

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