BSD Release: NomadBSD 1.3.1

  • Marcel Kaiser has announced the release of NomadBSD 1.3.1, an updated build of the project’s FreeBSD-based, desktop-oriented operating system featuring the Openbox window manager. This release brings various improvements, but also an increased size of the decompressed image: “We are pleased to present the release of NomadBSD 1.3.1. Changes since 1.3: the base system has been upgraded to FreeBSD 12.1-p2; the automatic network interface setup has been improved - this includes better hardware detection and support for IPv6; the NomadBSD image size has exceeded the 4 GB mark - a Flash drive of 5 GB and above is now required; due to the bigger image size, Claws-mail could be replaced by Thunderbird; the NomadBSD setup now locks all kernel module packages to prevent users from running into problems when upgrading their packages; nomadbsd-chusr, which is a graphical tool for modifying user accounts, has been added; nomadbsd-sysinfo, which is a shell script to collect information about the running system, has been added; Zeroconf via avahi and mdns has been added…” Read the rest of the release announcement for further details. As usual, NomadBSD is available in the form of IMG files for amd64 and i386 architectures as well as Apple computers. Download links: nomadbsd-1.3.1.img.lzma (2,547MB, SHA256, pkglist), nomadbsd-1.3.1.i386.img.lzma (2,218MB, SHA256), nomadbsd-1.3.1.img.lzma (2,522MB, SHA256).

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