Home > NetBSD > NetBSD 2.1 Released NetBSD 2.1 Released Submitted by Michael 2005-11-03 NetBSD 8 Comments NetBSD 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 2.1 release announcement. About The Author Eugenia Loli Ex-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 huuuu netbsd rulez already 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 molnarcs From 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 molnarcs in freebsd only as far as I know (if you have binary drivers in mind).