Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 1st Jan 2008 23:47 UTC, submitted by vermaden
FreeBSD FreeBSD 6.3-RC2 has been released. "Sorry for the delay with this phase of the 6.3 release. A few glitches were found during testing of the 6.3-RC2 ISOs that included pre-built packages. The 6.3-RC2 builds for amd64 and i386 should now be available on the majority of the FreeBSD mirror sites. I just finished loading the sparc64 build so that will take a little while to propagate to the mirrors. This is the last planned RC for 6.3. Unless a major show-stopper problem is found the release of 6.3 should happen in about two weeks."
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KUDOS to the FreeBSD team
by Nephelim on Wed 2nd Jan 2008 10:40 UTC
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I am more a Slackware man for my workstations, but I've found myself lately several times installing FreeBSD for servers, and it rocks and flies. I am using a lot too pfSense (FreeBSD based firewall) and it is amazing.

If 6.3 keeps the good road it will be quick, reliable, clean and powerful, what else can we ask ?

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