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OliveBSD

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OpenBSD/NetBSDOliveBSD is a live CD based on OpenBSD 3.8. It uses IceWM as its desktop environment (using ROX-Filer as file manager), and comes with the usual suspects when it comes to software.

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NetBSD 3.0 is here

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OpenBSD/NetBSDOn December 23, just in time for Chrismas, the NetBSD project announced that release 3.0 of the NetBSD operating system is now available. Read about major changes, and then download the new release.
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NetBSD 3.0 RC1 is here

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OpenBSD/NetBSDFirst seen on OSnews:
"Matthias Scheler, on behalf of the NetBSD Release engineering team, announced that the release process for NetBSD 3.0 has officially begun. The first release candidate is available for download here. It is expected to have RC2 available on the FTP server in about a week, which hopefully will be the final release candidate. So if all goes well the release of 3.0 is approximately three weeks away."
 
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OpenBSD 3.8 released

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OpenBSD/NetBSDFirst seen on OSnews.com:
"We are pleased to announce the official release of OpenBSD 3.8. This is our 18th release on CD-ROM (and 19th via FTP). We remain proud of OpenBSD's record of eight years with only a single remote hole in the default install. As in our previous releases, 3.8 provides significant improvements, including new features, in nearly all areas of the system."
 
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VideoLAN streaming solution on BSDs

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OpenBSD/NetBSDFrom BSDnews.com:
VideoLAN streaming solution on BSDs. From the article: "VLC media player is a cross-platform media player and server can stream MPEG-1, MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 / DivX files, DVDs and live videos on the network in unicast or multicast; or used as a client to receive, decode and display MPEG streams under multiple operating systems." See the VideoLAN streaming solution for more info.
 
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