The decade year operating system is breathing its last, but it seems that users are still clinging on to one of the most popular operating systems ever built by Microsoft.
FreeBSD 9.2 final was supposed to be released at the end of August, but we have got another rc while being nearly halfway through September
The long awaited shift from GCC to Clang as the default has finally been made a couple of days back.
Marred with delays the final release of FreeBSD 9.2 has been pushed back by about two weeks making room for another rc release.
About a week late in the release cycle, the FreeBSD-rc3 has surfaced today and is now available for download.
Twenty two years n the Linux operating system is one of the most used operating systems around the globe and its development is still going strong.
Publicly announced back on September 27, 1983, the UNIX-like free operating system developed by the GNU project is going to complete 30 years next month.
USB disconnects on resume on Linux operating systems are a common issue and it has been blamed on cheap and buggy devices all along – but, it may not be the case after all.
Because of the allegedly faulty implementation of the RTC, the nearly year old operating system has been banned from the world’s top benchmarking website HWBot.
The latest FreeBSD 9.2 release candidate comes with quite a few regression fixes and it seems that there isn’t much left to do for the final release, which is due in about two weeks.