Theo de Raadt has lifted the veil off OpenBSD 4.3. “We are pleased to announce the official release of OpenBSD 4.3. This is our 23nd release on CD-ROM (and 24rd via FTP). We remain proud of OpenBSD’s record of more than ten years with only two remote holes in the default install.” Boasting as always, but when it’s justified, arrogance is a virtue.The OpenBSD 4.3 page lists an enormous set of changes, improvements, fixes, and new features. When it comes to platform support, SMP support on sparc64 has been improved, hppa has received some love, as well as mvme88k and sgi. Major changes also on the driver front, new tools, as well as new functionality.
There’s a comprehensive changelog, with a separate list of changes in the ports collection. You can download it from any of the mirrors, or order a CD if you want to support OpenBSD.
Theo is so arrogant, he has two remote assholes.