Linked by Samuel J. Greear on Sun 31st Oct 2010 19:10 UTC
BSD and Darwin derivatives The 2.8.2 release of DragonFly BSD is now available, featuring significant advances in multi-processor performance based on DragonFly's signature soft token locks. It also includes many feature advancements including: pf from OpenBSD 4.2, the Wifi stack from FreeBSD and DataMapper from NetBSD (with significant enhancements). This release also marks the return of the GUI image. See the release notes for full details.
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by vodoomoth on Sun 31st Oct 2010 22:01 UTC
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At reading the teaser in Opera's feeds reader, I thought "how many BSD variants are there?". Why? Because of this:


DragonFly BSD is now available [...] includes many feature advancements including: pf from OpenBSD 4.2, the Wifi stack from FreeBSD and DataMapper from NetBSD

The landscape seems crowded to me and since as I'm not into BSD systems, I thought I'd better ask the question here.

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