Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 4th Oct 2007 21:47 UTC, submitted by Oliver
NetBSD The NetBSD team has released the second release candidate of NetBSD 4.0. "There have been many fixes since the previous release candidate, RC1. The most important ones are: ICH9 support in wm(4); enhanced Speedstep support for VIA C7/Eden and amd64; many bugfixes for IPF; FAST_IPSEC fixes; wpi(4) bugfix; proplib local DoS fix; and much more."
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RE[2]: Huge Improvements
by dbolgheroni on Mon 8th Oct 2007 04:00 UTC in reply to "RE: Huge Improvements"
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I read this article. But the fact (this benchmark shows it) is they are really making huge improvements whatever is happening in "The Foundation".

NetBSD is one of the most performance-addict OS in every aspect, even with few developers and even being not enterprise supported like Linux. What make an OS relevant? What is not fair is call an OS like this as irrelevant just because a small "footprint" of users.

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