” onmouseover=”this.style.backgroundColor=’#ebeff9′” onmouseout=”this.style.backgroundColor=’#fff’”>Officially announced the release of the operating system FreeBSD 10.0

After two years since the release of FreeBSD 9 is a branch release FreeBSD 10.0, which became one of the most important releases in the history of the project. The new branch is remarkable transition to the use of the default compiler Clang, hypervisor integration BHyVe, replacing the DNS-server from BIND Unbound, a new protocol implementation CARP, subsystem integration FUSE, transition default package manager pkg. Mounting assembly capable of operating in Live-mode, available in versions Bootonly (200 MB), DVD (2.4 GB), CD (630 MB) and Memstick (680 MB) for platforms amd64, i386, powerpc64, sparc64 and ia64.

20 January 2014

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• Officially released FreeBSD 7.3-RELEASE »»»
After 10 months from the issuance of FreeBSD 7.2 and 4 months after the release of FreeBSD 8.
• Gnome 2.32 Released »»»
Officially announced release of desktop environments GNOME 2.32, the latter under the stable branch 2.
• At the appointed time came Ubuntu 10.10. »»»
Officially available release Linux distribution Ubuntu 10.10 “Maverick Meerkat”. Distribution is available in versions for desktops.
• In Fedora and other Linux-distributions directory appears / run »»»
Lennart Poettering (Lennart Poettering), creator of the system manager systemd and sound server PulseAudio, presented on the mailing list Fedora Linux developers a new system directory “/ run”.
• Offiziell freigegeben FreeBSD 7.3-RELEASE »»»
Nach 10 Monaten aus der Ausgabe von FreeBSD 7.2 und 4 Monate nach dem Release von FreeBSD 8,0 sah die Veröffentlichung von FreeBSD 7.