Software Update: FreeBSD 4.3-RELEASE

nospam writes: “Those who like to play with the BSD devil can again direct their FTP client to the FreeBSD FTP servers, because the new 4.3 RELEASE of this highly stable Unix system is available there. This release mainly contains bug fixes, security updates and has a number of improvements under the hood. For the BSD enthusiast, of course, highly recommended. For the people who are familiar with cvsup, it is of course also available with this”:

It gives me great pleasure to announce what is probably the finest release produced from the 4.x-STABLE branch to date, FreeBSD 4.3-RELEASE. Following the release of FreeBSD 4.2 in November, 2000, many bugs were fixed, important security issues dealt with, and a reasonable number of new features added. Please see the release notes for more information.

4.3-RELEASE is available for the i386 and alpha architectures and can be installed directly over the net using the boot floppies or copied to a local NFS/ftp server.

Version number 4.3-RELEASE
Operating systems Windows 9x, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Linux