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FreeBSD 10.0 is now available for the i386, amd64,ia64, powerpc, powerpc64, and sparc64 architectures. After two years since the release of FreeBSD 9 operating system developers represented release of FreeBSD 10.0, which became one of the most important releases in the history of the project. First public builds of FreeBSD 10.0 appeared six months ago […]

FreeBSD 8.4 Released

After 14 months since the release of FreeBSD 8.3 saw the release of FreeBSD 8.4, continuing the development of the last stable branch. Issue is positioned to update systems already using FreeBSD 8.x, and for users wishing to maintain the highest level of compatibility with the current configuration. In addition to bug fixes, the new […]

Testing of the first beta of FreeBSD 8.4 (continuing development of last stable branch) began. The branch 8.x is positioned for updating of systems of already using FreeBSD 8.x and the users, wishing to keep a maximum level of compatibility with the current configuration. A test version is available for platforms amd64, i386 and pc98. […]

In mid-October 2016, Sony Computer Entertainment America began the process of abiding by a settlement order resulting from a class action lawsuit involving the PlayStation 3 video game consoles and the ability to install Linux as an alternate operating system. The settlement is applicable to owners of early PS3 models who installed Linux on their […]

The following is a selection of our open source news roundup. MidnightBSD 0.5 has been released on September 22, 2014 After years of development available to release a desktop-oriented operating system MidnightBSD 0.5.0, based on FreeBSD with elements ported from DragonFly BSD, OpenBSD and NetBSD. Basic desktop environment built on GNUstep, but users have the […]

Presented the corrected release Debian 7.2, which includes all available package updates and corrected flaws in the installer. Recall that from Debian Wheezy changed the numbering scheme releases – the first digit in the version number is now associated with significant releases , and the second with corrective updates. Installing assemblies are available for download. […]

In DragonFly BSD KMS adds support for Intel graphics cards Francois Tigeot reported on the implementation of KMS module to switch to video mode kernel DragonFly BSD. Code is integrated into the master-branch git-repository DragonFly BSD. Supported graphics cards on the chipset Intel i915. The basis was taken code for FreeBSD, which has been ported […]

This week in open source news:  the release of the Linux Kernel 3.10, At the core of Linux 3.11 is enabled Lustre cluster file system, In the proprietary NVIDIA 325.08 driver dropped support for Linux 2.4 kernels, Officially dropped support for Ruby 1.8.7. The release of the Linux Kernel 3.10 Developers of the Linux kernel […]

After a month since the release of Debian 7.0 version of the developer community has submitted the first correction update – Debian 7.1.0, which includes all of the outstanding package updates, and patches of error in the installer. The operating system is Debian GNU / Linux, as the name implies, is based on the Linux […]

Presented release Debian GNU / Hurd 2013 edition of distribution Debian 7.0 “Wheezy“, combining the software environment Debian c core GNU / Hurd. GNU Hurd serves as a replacement kernel for Unix, designed in the form of a set of servers running on top of the GNU Mach microkernel and implement various system services such […]