Release Notes: This snapshot is the first to actually incorporate the new gcc 3.4.4-20050121 with ProPolice. CVS, Perl, binutils, sendmail, lynx, texinfo, and libpng have been updated. BSD games are now a port. The OpenBSD binary emulation has been completed. Please note that the snapshot is somewhat unstable because of gcc bugs.
Release Notes: This snapshot contains bugfixes for ksh and lint, as well as more work on time handling. A lot of code has been synchronized to the OpenBSD versions. A bug in the time handling code gives wrong dates for December 2004.
Release Notes: In this beta, many key components have been synchronized with OpenBSD (XFree86, libraries, perl, sendmail, httpd, etc.). libexpat and libpng have been updated to the newest versions. Bugs in various system components (kernel, ntpd, /etc, build infrastructure, HTML manpages, Perl) have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release includes bugfixes and enhancements for many system components, including libc, ld.so, ntpd, make, and others. There is support for PowerNow on AMD Athlon / Athlon XP systems. libexpat is in the base system now. gcc support for C++ and other languages is still missing.
Release Notes: This snapshot features a few security fixes (e.g. libpng) and manyformat string cleanups for all of the kernel and nearly all of userland. Leap second correction has been added to the kernel. pxeboot is built and installed.
Release Notes: This snapshot features new time routines with correct handling of leap seconds and a 64-bit time_t. libc and libpthread have been upgraded to the OpenBSD-current version, and OpenSSL has been updated to 0.9.7d. The snapshot is binary-incompatible to older versions and stock OpenBSD.
Release Notes: This upgrade package for the 20040501 or 20040502 snapshots is available via BitTorrent only. It fixes a serious bug in the random number generator which could cause crashes.
Release Notes: This snapshot features full support for GCC3 as the system compiler (including Ada, Pascal, Objective C, gcj, etc.), XFree86 4.4.0, a rewritten bootloader, and a new version of Lynx. It also includes lots of speed and security improvements.