Security-Oriented OpenBSD 6.2 OS Released with Better ARM Support, Improvements
The BSD-based, UNIX-like operating system OpenBSD has been recently updated to version 6.2, a release that introduces up-to-date components, better hardware support, and lots of security improvements.
Coming six months after the launch of OpenBSD 6.1 early this spring, which was the first point release in the 6.x series of the operating system, OpenBSD 6.2 is here to introduce a large number of enhancements, among which we can mention better support for various ARM boards, IEEE 802.11 wireless stack improvements, as well as some generic network stack improvements.
It also includes various vmm and vmd improvements, a bunch of enhancements to the routing daemons and other userland network components, an improved installer, as well as some dhcpd, dhcrelay and dhclient improvements. LLVM/Clang 5.0.0 is now used as default compiler for both 64-bit and 32-bit platforms, and core components now include OpenSMTPD 6.0.0, OpenSSH… (read more)