Home > NetBSD > NetBSD 2.1 ReleasedNetBSD 2.1 Released Submitted by Michael 2005-11-03 NetBSD 8 CommentsNetBSD 2.1, the first maintenance release of the netbsd-2 release branch, has been released with binary distributions for 54 architectures. More information is available in the 2.1release announcement.About The Author Eugenia LoliEx-programmer, ex-editor in chief at OSNews.com, now a visual artist/filmmaker.Follow me on Twitter @EugeniaLoli 8 Comments 2005-11-03 2:48 am huuuunetbsd rulezalready running it here.thanks for the great work netbsd foundation 2005-11-03 3:04 am nice! 2005-11-03 9:56 am This appears to be primarily bugfixes (and the odd security patch). So in what way does it differ to 2.0.1?I thought they were having .x.x releases for bugfixes, and .x releases for new features. (With 3.0 for major overhauls).Any ideas anyone?(Oh, and I wish they’d ditch Sushi, or fix it. It’s a great idea but broken in many places — and it’s not right to have it amongst the clean and elegant NetBSD code!) 2005-11-03 10:26 am What problems have you had with Sushi? I’ve only sort of dabbled with it out of curiosity and don’t use it for proper regular administration. 2005-11-03 10:51 am Well, I only tried it in the original 2.0 release, but I remember a few of the features not working — throwing up errors when I tried to change system settings on an untouched, vanilla installation.Perhaps it’s been updated now, and maybe the other functions worked fine, but I just remember having troubles with it and thinking it didn’t fit in well with the otherwise immaculate NetBSD system. I plan to install NetBSD on a Mac again soon, so I’ll see if it’s made any progress! 2005-11-03 11:10 am molnarcsFrom now on, the first week of november each year will be the BSD week! (openbsd release, netbsd release, freebsd: iminnent) )) 2005-11-03 6:42 pm What about the 3d / Nvidia support? Is there any? 2005-11-03 9:29 pm molnarcsin freebsd only as far as I know (if you have binary drivers in mind).