FreeBSD Project’s Glen Barber announced the availability of the third Beta milestone towards the upcoming FreeBSD 11.0 operating system for public beta testing.
Delayed one day, the FreeBSD 11.0 Beta 3 release is the last one for this development cycle, and it promises to squash even more of those annoying issues that have been reported by users since the first and second Beta milestones. Among the changes, we can mention improvements to the libunwind library, and updated locales.
Additionally, it looks like the maximum size of the vt framebuffer has been increased, the bsdinstall installer received multiple updates for prompting users for the date and time during installations, as well as to offer them certain options for hardening the system, and many other core components were updated or fixed.
The third and last Beta release of the FreeBSD 11.0 operating system is available,… (read more)