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FreeBSD 6.2 released

By   |  January 15, 2007

The FreeBSD Release Engineering Team this morning announced the release of version 6.2 of the popular free Unix-like operating system. The release is the latest in the stable 6-stable branch and the team promises performance and stability improvements as well as bug fixes and a number of new features.

Highlights of this release include:

– freebsd-update provides officially supported binary updates for security fixes and errata patches
– Experimental support for CAPP security event auditing
– OpenBSM audit command line tool suite and library
– KDE updated to 3.5.4, GNOME updated to 2.16.1
– csup integrated cvsup client now included
– Disk integrity protection and authentication added to geli(4)
– IPFW packet tagging
– Linux emulation support for sysfs
– BIND updated to 9.3.3
– Many driver updates including em, arcmsr, ath, bce, ata, and iwi

A full list of new features and known problems can be found in the release notes and the errata.

FreeBSD 6.2 is available for the alpha, amd64, i386, ia64, pc98, powerpc, and sparc64 architectures. It can be installed from bootable ISO images or over the network; the required files can be downloaded via FTP or BitTorrent. While some of the smaller FTP mirrors may not carry all architectures, they will all generally contain the more common ones, such as i386 and amd64.

FreeBSD 6.2 can also be purchased on CD-Rom from several vendors.

BitTorrent ISOs are available at


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