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NetBSD 3.1-RC1 is here

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OpenBSD/NetBSDNetBSD 3.1-RC1 has been released. From the announcement: "NetBSD 3.1 is a feature update for NetBSD 3.0, and features domU support for Xen3, massive LFS stability improvements, and lots of other, smaller improvements, additions, and bug fixes."
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OpenBSD on the Acer AS5672 laptop

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OpenBSD/NetBSDUsing Quetzal, I was able to test OpenBSD on the Acer AS5672 laptop (read more about the laptop and FreeBSD here). The screen still uses vesa (1024x768) in Xorg, but OpenBSD detected the wired interface (bge0) and uses that without problem. The driver for the wireless wasn't included in OpenBSD 3.9-RELEASE, so that is untested as of now. Here is the OpenBSD dmesg output.
 
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Quetzal: A Live OpenBSD System

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OpenBSD/NetBSDThe word Quetzal is intertwined with roots of ancient Mexican and Central American civilizations. In Náhuatl Quetzalli means a "rich green feather". Quetzal is a beautiful and extraordinary bird, with green and red feathers. The male has long green tail coverts, and the female is more "elliptic". A fundamental god of ancient Mexican and Central American cultures is Quetzalcoatl a creature unifying the bird and Serpent (Coatl). A quantum superposition of Heaven and Earth...

This is another Quetzal - a live DVD system, based on OpenBSD.

 
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ISDN4BSD 1.6.0 released

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OpenBSD/NetBSDISDN4BSD 1.6.0 has been released: Many people have started using Asterisk and I4B in NT-mode, for their main home PBX. This works pretty well. The only problem so far is when bridging modems and faxes, which might not always succeed. This is being worked on. One solution is to use direct line interconnect, which the next release of ISDN4BSD will have full support for.

The new version of "chan_capi", which has been rewritten from scratch, has got a echo suppressor that supports comfort noise and G.168 FAX tone detection. It has been tested for several months without problems.

Please see: http://www.turbocat.net/~hselasky/isdn4bsd and http://www.turbocat.net/~hselasky/capi4pbx
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OpenBSD 3.9 released

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OpenBSD/NetBSD...other news; OpenBSD 3.9 has been released. (first seen on BSDnews).
 
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