FreeBSD 7.1 RELEASE is now Available

FreeBSD 7.1 has been officially announced few weeks back, this version of FreeBSD has incorporated some changes and some improvements over its predecessor RELEASE FreeBSD 7.0 including:

  • The ULE scheduler is now the default in the kernel of the i386 and amd64 architectures.
  • DTrace is completely ported to FreeBSD from OpenSolaris.
  • BootLoader is amended to allow boot from USB devices.
  • Upgrade to KDE 3.5.10 and upgrade to GNOME 2.22.3.
  • Now we can download all the discs in one DVD just for the i386 and amd64 architectures (quite good news for those who bothered much of jogging cds all the time).

for those interested in learning more about new features, bugs fixes, changes in FreeBSD 7.1, please check the official FreeBSD announcement.

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