DragonFly, a distribution that belongs to the same class of operating systems as other BSD-derived systems and UNIX, is now at version 3.4.2.
DragonFly 3.4.2 is not a major release and it comes with just a few changes and improvements.
Highlights of DragonFly BSD 3.4.2:
• More than 2 CPUs are now supported in Xen, without any crashes;
• Booting x86_64 DragonFly in KVM is now possible;
• Support wider terminals has been implemented;
• The MXCSR default value has been fixed;
• Missing braces have been added (kernel/hptiop);
• MSI has been disabled by default.
Check out all the changes, updates and fixes in the official announcement.
“If you’ve already got a working 3.4.1 installation, you don’t need to rush to upgrade; this is mostly for the people affected by the issues listed above,” reads the announcement.
Download DragonFly 3.4.2 right now from Softpedia.