Linked by Eugenia Loli on Fri 21st Oct 2005 04:38 UTC, submitted by Todays_User
OpenBSD It's release time again for OpenBSD! The upcoming 3.8 will include some wonderful features for network gurus (trunking, tracking wireless roaming users, interface groups, a new ipsec configuration tool, and failover of ipsec links), a great rework of malloc() that will provide further security protections by default, and the first version of bioctl--a universal RAID management interface.
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RE: OpenBSD Network Devices
by dikatlon on Fri 21st Oct 2005 12:56 UTC
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Thanks I didn't know that. I will use OpenBSD if I in the future build some network device.

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RE[2]: OpenBSD Network Devices
by Soulbender on Fri 21st Oct 2005 13:42 in reply to "RE: OpenBSD Network Devices"
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It's great for servers too.

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