- FreeBSD 11.3 - 16GB USB Flash Drive (64-bit)
FreeBSD 11.3 - 16GB USB Flash Drive (64-bit)
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Contents: 1 USB Flash Drive
Platform: 64-bit (x86-64, amd64)
Media Type: Install
Categories: Desktop, Server
Desktop Environment: No Desktop
Package Management: TXZ
OSDisc.com Rank: #23
Date Added to OSDisc.com: July 12, 2019
Item ID: 4PW9Z9LF37
Drive Model: Kingston DataTraveler SE9 (USB 2.0)
Transfer Speed: 15MB/s read; 5MB/s write
Drive Features: Unique and Sophisticated Metallic Design
Dimensions: 1.54" x 0.48" x 0.18" (39.0mm x 12.4mm x 4.6mm)
Warranty: 5-year Manufacturer Warranty
FreeBSD is an advanced operating system for modern server, desktop, and embedded computer platforms. FreeBSD's code base has undergone over thirty years of continuous development, improvement, and optimization. It is developed and maintained by a large team of individuals. FreeBSD provides advanced networking, impressive security features, and world class performance and is used by some of the world's busiest web sites and most pervasive embedded networking and storage devices.
FreeBSD 11.3-RELEASE Announcement
Some of the highlights:
- The clang, llvm, lld, lldb, and compiler-rt utilities as well as libc++ have been updated to upstream version 8.0.0.
- The ELF Tool Chain has been updated to version r3614.
- OpenSSL has been updated to version 1.0.2s.
- The ZFS filesystem has been updated to implement parallel mounting.
- The loader(8) has been updated to extend geli(8) support to all architectures.
- The pkg(8) utility has been updated to version 1.10.5.
- The KDE desktop environment has been updated to version 5.15.3.
- The GNOME desktop environment has been updated to version 3.28.
- The kernel will now log the jail(8) ID when logging a process exit.
- Several feature additions and updates to userland applications.
- Several network driver firmware updates.
- Warnings for features deprecated in future releases will now be printed on all FreeBSD versions.
- Warnings have been added for IPSec algorithms deprecated in RFC 8221.
- Deprecation warnings have been added for weaker algorithms when creating geli(8) providers.