FreeBSD 9.2 Planned For Release At End Of August
Written by Michael Larabel in BSD on 10 July 2013 at 03:56 AM EDT. Add A Comment
The FreeBSD release engineering team has shared that they're hoping for the operating system's next release to come at the end of August.

While there's a lot of good features ahead for FreeBSD 10, the next release coming out of this popular BSD distribution is FreeBSD 9.2.

As of this past weekend, the FreeBSD 9.2 feature freeze is now in effect while the code freeze is happening later this week. Per the release team message, the hope is for having two FreeBSD 9.2 Beta releases in July, about three release candidates in August, and to be able to announce FreeBSD 9.2 on 31 August.

Features coming to FreeBSD 9.2 will be shared in a later Phoronix article as its release nears.
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