NetBSD 2.0.3 is the third security/critical update of the NetBSD 2.0 release branch. This represents a selected subset of fixes deemed critical in nature for stability or security reasons. All fixes in security/critical updates (ie., NetBSD 2.0.2, 2.0.3, etc.) are cumulative, so this latest update contains all such fixes since the NetBSD 2.0 release. These fixes will also appear in future releases (NetBSD 2.1, 2.2, etc.), together with other less-critical fixes and feature enhancements. Download locations are here.
NetBSD 2.0.3 Security/Critical Update Released
2005-10-31 NetBSD 9 Comments
Just getting better and better
Just installed 2.0.2 a few days ago.
So far everything’s going smooth. I decided to give NetBSD a try after FreeBSD 6.0 RC1.
Now if you want to impress your friends, let them see NetBSD doing 11-12 megabytes per second with 36% CPU on a good ol’ P3/500.
(with Intel 10/100 NICs and the default generic kernel)
NetBSD Team, if i had a hat, i’d take it off. Good work!
The NetBSD crew seem to be going at a good pace. I’ll have to try this version out. The last version I tried was 1.6.1 a while ago, so I’m quite curious about the 2.0 series. I think OpenBSD is sposed to get released tomorrow too, so thats another BSD I can try.