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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2008 is the FreeBSD year!
by Arabian on Fri 4th Jan 2008 22:20 UTC
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2008 and forward going to FreeBSD and *BSD years, just watch it ;)

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RE: 2008 is the FreeBSD year!
by bradley on Fri 4th Jan 2008 23:17 in reply to "2008 is the FreeBSD year!"
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Indeed... I would like to see NetBSD up there as well as FreeBSD in the top 10-12 on distrowatch, one too many Ubuntu and Debian derivatives out there. I've been using FreeBSD since 6.2 and I'm very impressed with how it has come along, NetBSD since 3.0... love the pkgsrc. I'll never give up Slack or Arch, less they fall away.

Good work FreeBSD!

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