BSD Release: NetBSD 9.2
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NetBSD is a free, secure, and highly portable UNIX-like Open Source operating system available for many platforms, from 64-bit AlphaServers and desktop systems to handheld and embedded devices. The project’s latest release is NetBSD 9.2 which introduces a number of networking fixes as well as ZFS stability improvements when working with network shares. “netinet: avoid information disclosure, NetBSD-SA2021-001: Predictable ID disclosures in IPv4 and IPv6. netinet: fixed ‘multicast router sends multicast packet with invalid UDP checksum’. xen: fixes for XSA-362 - backends treating grant mapping errors as bugs. A malicious DomU could trigger a Dom0 kernel panic. xen: removed support for rx-flip mode in xennet(4) and xvif(4) as part of XSA-362 fixes (driver already defaulted to the faster rx-copy mode). zfs: various stability fixes. Fixed ‘panic when creating a directory on a NFS served ZFS’. coda: fixed ‘coda client opens wrong files instead of cache containers’. hyperv: fixed ‘unable to ifconfig(8) up/down with hvn device’. msdosfs: fixed ‘BOOTSIG0 and BOOTSIG1 checks prevent mounting Raspberry Pi Pico’s USB mass storage’.” A complete list of changes can be found in the project’s release notes. Download (pkglist NetBSD-9.2-amd64.iso (466MB, MD5, torrent), NetBSD-9.2-i386.iso (571MB, MD5, torrent).
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