Linked by vermaden on Sun 1st May 2011 21:57 UTC
OpenBSD OpenBSD 4.9 release is ready, now with enabled NTFS by default (read-only), SMP kernels can now boot on machines with up to 64 cores, maximum allocation size for i386 bumped to 2G, added support for AES-NI instructions found in recent Intel processors, further improvements in suspend and resume and much more.
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Holy Crap
by joekiser on Mon 2nd May 2011 04:10 UTC
joekiser
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2005-06-30

This is my first serious attempt at using OpenBSD in years, but I'm quite surprised by how well my X60s is supported. Out of the box, everything works, except for wireless which I figured out after about 10 minutes of reading manpages. Suspend/resume is instant, and faster than Windows (pretty much the standard for HW support). I'm seriously impressed. Good job, now I have to figure out how to get Opera.

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