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The Net BSD project is pleased to announce Net BSD 7.0.1, the first security/bug-fix update of the Net BSD 7.0 release branch.
If you are running an earlier release of Net BSD, we strongly suggest updating to 7.0.1.
Add wip.to ssh_known_hosts; void 'vnconfig -l' infinite loop with netbsd-6 or older userland; avoid a crash when mounting an ados file system; avoid a panic when unplugging a mounted umass(4) device; don't leak garbage from the kernel stack on sleep(0) and equivalents; fix ARM1136 function selection...." This Net BSD release is available for 54 processor architectures; quick links to download the installation ISO images for the amd64 and i386 platforms: Net BSD-7.0.1-amd64(372MB, MD5, torrent), Net BSD-7.0.1-i386(405MB, MD5, torrent).
Please note that all fixes in security and bug-fix updates (i.e., Net BSD 6.0.1, 6.0.2, etc.) are cumulative, so the latest update contains all such fixes from the corresponding minor release (in this case, 6.0).
Major changes: posix_spawn() - fix processes with attributes; resolve races between vget() and vrele() resulting in vget() returning dead vnodes...." For more details please read the comprehensive release notes.
Download the installation CD images for your preferred architecture from the Net BSD FTP server or one of its mirrors.
Quick links to the i386 and amd64 variants (MD5): Net BSD-6.0.1-i386(313MB, torrent), Net BSD-6.0.1-amd64(330MB, torrent).
• 2016-05-28: BSD Release: Net BSD 7.0.1 • 2015-10-08: BSD Release: Net BSD 7.0 • 2015-08-18: Development Release: Net BSD 7.0-RC3 • 2015-07-28: Development Release: Net BSD 7.0 RC2 • 2015-06-21: Development Release: Net BSD 7.0 RC1 • 2014-11-21: BSD Releases: Net BSD 5.2.3, 5.1.5 • More Net BSD news...
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