BSD Release: NomadBSD 130R-20210508
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A new stable version of NomadBSD has been released. NomadBSD is a persistent live system for USB Flash drives, based on FreeBSD. It features automatic hardware detection and setup and it is configured to be used as a desktop system (with Openbox as the default window manager). The new release, labeled as version 130R-20210508, upgrades the underlying base system to FreeBSD 13.0: “We are pleased to present the release of NomadBSD 130R-20210508. Changes since 1.4: we’ve decided to change the versioning scheme to the following form - FFfX-YYYYMMDD, where FF is the major two-digit FreeBSD version, f is the minor version, and X stands for ALPHA (A), BETA (B), RC or RELEASE ®, followed by a date; the new scheme allows us to provide images with different version of FreeBSD; the base system has been upgraded to FreeBSD 13.0-RELEASE; the partition alignment has been changed to 1M to improve the write speed on Flash drives; a bug where GLX is disabled has been fixed; drivers for VMware have been added.” Here is the full release announcement. Download (pkglist): nomadbsd-130R-20210508.img.lzma (2,085MB, SHA256), nomadbsd-130R-20210508.i386.img.lzma (2,071MB, SHA256).
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