FreeBSD 13.1 has been released, and as the version number signifies, this is not a major release, so don’t expect any massive changes. Lots of various core packages of the operating system have been updated to their most recent versions, like OpenSSH, OpenSLL, and ZFS, there’s the usual driver updates, and a whole slew of fixes.
FreeBSD 13.1 released
2022-05-16 FreeBSD 6 Comments
How is your FreeBSD journey going Thom? 🙂
I’m dead keen to hear any user feedback as well.
FreeBSD is the one OS that has caused me more pain than any other, while I have colleagues who swear by it in the R&D realm, I have never been able to find a reliable hardware solutions. I was always losing something useful in order to get FreeBSD loaded.
It was so problematic for me I think I have developed the OS version of hostage syndrome, and now I cannot ignore giving it a run pretty much every time it posts a release.
Can someone BSD experienced tell me – is NetBSD or FreeBSD more stable and efficient on non-desktops usage?