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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RE: Holy Crap
by brynet on Mon 2nd May 2011 04:35 UTC in reply to "Holy Crap"
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2010-03-02

There is no native version of Opera, the one that exists uses Linux emulation.

Firefox 3.5/3.6 and Chromium 9x is supported, along with a few other Gecko/Webkit based browsers.

OpenBSD -current has Firefox 4x and Chromium 10x.

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