NetBSD 10.0 available!


March 30, 2024 posted by Martin Husemann

The NetBSD project is pleased to announce the eighteenth major release of the NetBSD operating system NetBSD 10.0!
See the release announcement for details.

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Statement on backdoor in xz library


March 30, 2024 posted by Nia Alarie

Recently, a backdoor was discovered in the xz compression library. XZ/liblzma are included as part of NetBSD and used by the project for distribution of new releases and packages.

The version of xz shipped in all stable (and unstable) versions of NetBSD predates any code changes by the author of the backdoor. NetBSD is therefore safe and unaffected by the recent discoveries.

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NetBSD 10.0 RC6 available!


March 13, 2024 posted by Martin Husemann

The NetBSD project is pleased to announce the sixth release candidate of the upcoming 10.0 release, please help testing!
See the release announcement for details.

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NetBSD 10.0 RC5 available!


February 28, 2024 posted by Martin Husemann

The NetBSD project is pleased to announce the fourth (and probably last) release candidate of the upcoming 10.0 release, please help testing!
See the release announcement for details.

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NetBSD 10.0 RC4 available!


February 07, 2024 posted by Martin Husemann

The NetBSD project is pleased to announce the fourth (and probably last) release candidate of the upcoming 10.0 release, please help testing!
See the release announcement for details.

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NetBSD 10.0 RC3 available!


January 17, 2024 posted by Martin Husemann

The NetBSD project is pleased to announce the third (and probably last) release candidate of the upcoming 10.0 release, please help testing!
See the release announcement for details.

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NetBSD 10.0 RC2 available!


January 04, 2024 posted by Martin Husemann

The NetBSD project is pleased to announce the second (and probably last) release candidate of the upcoming 10.0 release, please help testing!
See the release announcement for details.

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NetBSD 10.0 RC1 available!


November 11, 2023 posted by Martin Husemann

The NetBSD project is pleased to announce the first release candidate of the upcoming 10.0 release, please help testing!
See the release anouncement for details.

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FOSDEM 2023


February 08, 2023 posted by Pierre Pronchery

FOSDEM took place last week-end, as an offline-first event again for the first time since 2020. It was located as usual at the university campus of the ULB in Brussels. It was packed with developers, users, passionate and professionals of Open Source software, and while NetBSD did not have a booth this year, its presence could be felt on Saturday morning at the BSD DevRoom.[Read More] [0 comments]

 

Reproducible Builds Summit Venice 2022


January 02, 2023 posted by Pierre Pronchery

The sixth Reproducible Builds Summit took place exactly two months ago in Venice, Italy. These three days of workshops were filled with a succession of interactive sessions, where everyone attending had the opportunity to present or learn about anything related to Build Reproducibility. This included the status of specific Open Source projects, techniques to locate, analyse, and understand issues, or also how to explain and communicate better around this topic.

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NetBSD 10.0 BETA available


December 20, 2022 posted by Nia Alarie

After nearly 3 whole years of development (work started on NetBSD 10 in late 2019), BETA snapshots have finally been published for interested users to test. More changes will be backported from the development branch over the next few months before we tag a final release, so the BETA images will keep getting updated.

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NetBSD Arm on Oracle Cloud


October 15, 2022 posted by Jared McNeill

Support for running NetBSD on Oracle Cloud Arm-Based Compute Instances has been added to NetBSD -current.

A build of NetBSD/evbarm64 after 2022-10-15 will generate a bootable image (arm64.img.gz) that can be converted to a Custom Image that can run on Oracle Cloud. See full post for details.

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