The stable legacy branch of the popular BSD-based operating system FreeBSD has been updated to FreeBSD 7.3. The release is a housekeeping update that brings some newer packages and some security fixes, but no new features. FreeBSD 7.3 is now available for the amd64, i386, pc98, and sparc64 architectures.
The PC-BSD developers have announced the availability of version 8.0, the "Hubble Eidtion", of their open source operating system. According to the developers, the latest major release of the FreeBSD variant for desktops includes a number improvements, updates and enhancements over the previous 7. ...
Even though it was known by most of FreeBSD users that the 9.0 release of the best BSD operating system will reach EOL (End-Of-Life) on March 31, 2013, we feel obliged to announce users that FreeBSD 9.0 is no longer supported.
The first Release Candidate of FreeBSD 9.3, an operating system for x86, ARM, IA-64, PowerPC, PC-98, and UltraSPARC architectures, has been released and it can now be tested.The FreeBSD developers are moving very fast and they've released yet another development version just days after the previous one.
The FreeBSD Foundation, the maker of the FreeBSD open source operating system, proudly announced on the last day of 2012 that the FreeBSD 9.1 release is now officially available. Actually, the FreeBSD 9.1 operating system was available for download (without any official release) on the FTP servers of the FreeBSD Foundation since last week.
FreeBSD 10.0 RC5, an operating system for x86, ARM, IA-64, PowerPC, PC-98, and UltraSPARC architectures, is now available for download and testing.The developers didn’t intend to release another Release Candidate before the final version, but some fixes were needed and another RC is now available for testingThe developers advise users that, on systems running FreeBSD 10.0 BETA1 (and only sys