BSD Today: OpenBSD 2.8 officially released
Dec 01, 2000, 19:59 (0 Talkback[s])
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"It is our pleasure to officially announce the release of
OpenBSD 2.8. Just over 6 weeks ago, on October 18, OpenBSD turned 5
years old. In celebration of this milestone, we invite you to enjoy
our 8th release on CDROM (and 9th via FTP). We continue to
celebrate OpenBSD's record of three years without a remote hole in
the default install. Just like all of our previous releases, 2.8
provides significant improvements, including new features, in
nearly all areas of the system...."
"Hardware support is improved...."
"Security has been further strengthened...."
"Many other bugs fixed...."
"The "ports" tree is greatly improved...."
"Many subsystems improved and updated since the last
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