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FreeBSD 10.2 erschienen

Yamagi

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Nach einem etwa zwei Monate andauernden Release-Prozess hat das FreeBSD Release Engineering Team FreeBSD 10.2 freigegeben. FreeBSD 10.2 ist das zweite Service Release der FreeBSD 10 Serie. Es bringt neben einer ganzen Reihe Bugfixes einige substanzielle Neuerungen. FreeBSD 10.2 wird als Release mit gerader Endnummer für 12 Monate unterstützt, also bis Ende August 2016. Ich beschränke mich hier auf die wichtigsten Änderungen, eine Liste aller findet sich in den Release Notes.


Allgemeine Bugfixes:
  • bsdinstall(8) wendet automatisch Work Around hinsichtlich der Partitionierung an, wenn ein als defekt bekanntes BIOS entdeckt wird. Dies betrifft beispielsweise neuere Lenovo-Laptops.
  • Partitionen werden nun automatisch ausgerichtet, wenn das Medium eine korrekte Blockgröße nennt.
Änderungen an Tools des Basissystem:
  • fstype(8) ist ein Tool zum Identifizieren von noch nicht gemounteten Dateisystemen.
  • mkimg(1) unterstützt nun GPT-Partitionen und diverse Diskimage-Formate für virtuelle Maschinen.
  • uefisign(9) erlaubt es UEFI-Bootloader zu signieren.
  • Die NTP Suite wurde auf Version 4.2.8p3 aktualisiert.
Allgemeine Änderungen am Kernel:
  • FreeBSD/i386-Kernel können nun mit PAE_TABLES gebaut werden. Sie erlaubt es PAE-Pagetables zu nutzen, aber weiterhin 32-Bit lange Adressen anzuwenden. So können Vorteile von PAE wie z.B. 4GB große Userland-Prozesse oder das NX-Bit genutzt werden, ohne die Nachteile wie inkompatible Treiber zu treffen.
  • Der NVME-Stack ist nun Teil von GENERIC.
  • Das Ressource Account System RACCT ist nun Teil von GENERIC.
Verbesserungen im Bereich Netzwerk:
  • Der pf Paketfilter hat diverse Bugfixes und Performanceoptimierungen erfahren. Unter anderem wurden sehr lange stehende Probleme mit fragmentierten IPv6-Paketen behoben.
  • FreeBSD unterstützt nun VXLAN (RFC 7348).
Der große Bereich Virtualisierung:
  • Der Bhyve Hypervisor wurde drastisch weiterentwickelt. Er funktioniert auf AMD-CPUs mit Unterstützung der SVM (im Großen und Ganzen alle Prozessoren ab ~2006). Gastsysteme können per TRIM-Kommando dem Host mitteillen, welche Blöcke tatsächlich belegt sind. Dies ermöglicht im Zusammenspiel mit ZFS Volumes eine deutlich bessere Speicherplatzausnutzung. Und Gastsystemen kann nun eine RTC in UTV bereitgestellt werden.
  • Die VirtIO-Unterstützung wurde erweitert, so gibt es nun Unterstützung für die VirtIO-Konsole.
  • Die HyperV-Unterstützung wurde deutlich ausgebaut.
Storage:
  • Der in FreeBSD 10.0 neue iSCSI-Stack wurde weiter stabilisiert und auf Performance optimiert.
  • Das in FreeBSD 10.1 neue autofs Automountingsystem unterstützt nun das Mounten von Wechselmedien wie USB-Stick oder CDs.
  • GELI-Passwörter können nun bereits vor dem Kernelboot in ein durch den Loader bereitgestelltes Prompt eingegeben werden. Dies soll helfen lange stehende Probleme mit der Passworteingabe zu lösen.
Sonstiges:
  • FreeBSD folgt nun in Standardeinstellung den alle 3 Monate erstellen und lediglich konservativ aktualisierten "Quarterly"-Paketen. Die bisher genutzten "Latest"-Pakete werden nun täglich statt wöchentlich gebaut.
Wie immer findet sich dieses Release ab sofort in diversen Formen wie CD-Images, Festplatten/USB-Stick-Images oder VM-Images auf den offiziellen FTP-Servers des FreeBSD Projekts. Vorhandene Installationen können per freebsd-update(8) aktualisiert werden, die Sourcen können aus dem SVN bezogen werden.

Die Release Notes: https://www.freebsd.org/releases/10.2R/relnotes.html
Die Hardware Notes: https://www.freebsd.org/releases/10.2R/hardware.html
Die Errata: https://www.freebsd.org/releases/10.2R/errata.html

Die vollständiges Ankündigung:
Code:
  FreeBSD 10.2-RELEASE Announcement

  The FreeBSD Release Engineering Team is pleased to announce the
  availability of FreeBSD 10.2-RELEASE. This is the third release of the
  stable/10 branch, which improves on the stability of FreeBSD 10.1-RELEASE
  and introduces some new features.

  Some of the highlights:

  * The resolvconf(8) utility has been updated to version 3.7.0, with
  improvements to protect DNS privacy.

  * The ntp suite has been updated to version 4.2.8p3.

  * A new rc(8) script, growfs, has been added, which will resize the
  root filesystem on boot if the /firstboot file exists.

  * The Linux(R) compatibility version has been updated to support
  Centos(TM) 6 ports.

  * The drm code has been updated to match Linux(R) version 3.8.13,
  allowing running multiple X servers simultaneously.

  * Several enhancements and updates for improved FreeBSD/arm support.

  * Several ZFS performance and reliability improvements.

  * GNOME has been updated to version 3.14.2.

  * KDE has been updated to version 4.14.3.

  * And much more...

  For a complete list of new features and known problems, please see the
  online release notes and errata list, available at:

  * https://www.FreeBSD.org/releases/10.2R/relnotes.html

  * https://www.FreeBSD.org/releases/10.2R/errata.html

  For more information about FreeBSD release engineering activities, please
  see:

  * https://www.FreeBSD.org/releng/

Availability

  FreeBSD 10.2-RELEASE is now available for the amd64, i386, ia64, powerpc,
  powerpc64, sparc64, and armv6 architectures.

  FreeBSD 10.2-RELEASE can be installed from bootable ISO images or over
  the network. Some architectures also support installing from a USB memory
  stick. The required files can be downloaded via FTP as described in the
  section below. While some of the smaller FTP mirrors may not carry all
  architectures, they will all generally contain the more common ones such
  as amd64 and i386.

  SHA256 and MD5 hashes for the release ISO, memory stick, and SD card
  images are included at the bottom of this message.

  PGP-signed checksums for the release images are also available at:

  * https://www.FreeBSD.org/releases/10.2R/signatures.html

  A PGP-signed version of this announcement is available at:

  * https://www.FreeBSD.org/releases/10.2R/announce.asc

  Additional UEFI-capable images are available for the amd64 (x86_64)
  architecture.

  The purpose of the images provided as part of the release are as follows:

  dvd1

  This contains everything necessary to install the base FreeBSD
  operating system, the documentation, and a small set of pre-built
  packages aimed at getting a graphical workstation up and running.
  It also supports booting into a "livefs" based rescue mode. This
  should be all you need if you can burn and use DVD-sized media.

  disc1

  This contains the base FreeBSD operating system. It also supports
  booting into a "livefs" based rescue mode. There are no pre-built
  packages.

  bootonly

  This supports booting a machine using the CDROM drive but does
  not contain the installation distribution sets for installing
  FreeBSD from the CD itself. You would need to perform a network
  based install (e.g., from an FTP server) after booting from the
  CD.

  memstick

  This can be written to an USB memory stick (flash drive) and used
  to do an install on machines capable of booting off USB drives.
  It also supports booting into a "livefs" based rescue mode. There
  are no pre-built packages.

  As one example of how to use the memstick image, assuming the USB
  drive appears as /dev/da0 on your machine something like this
  should work:

  # dd if=FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-memstick.img \
  of=/dev/da0 bs=1m conv=sync

  Be careful to make sure you get the target (of=) correct.

  mini-memstick

  This can be written to an USB memory stick (flash drive) and used
  to boot a machine, but does not contain the installation
  distribution sets on the medium itself, similar to the bootonly
  image. It also supports booting into a "livefs" based rescue
  mode. There are no pre-built packages.

  As one example of how to use the mini-memstick image, assuming
  the USB drive appears as /dev/da0 on your machine something like
  this should work:

  # dd if=FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-mini-memstick.img \
  of=/dev/da0 bs=1m conv=sync

  Be careful to make sure you get the target (of=) correct.

  FreeBSD/arm SD card images

  These can be written to an SD card and used to boot the supported
  arm system. The SD card image contains the full FreeBSD
  installation, and can be installed onto SD cards as small as
  512Mb.

  For convenience for those without console access to the system, a
  freebsd user with a password of freebsdis available by default
  for ssh(1) access. Additionally, the root user password is set to
  root, which it is strongly recommended to change the password for
  both users after gaining access to the system.

  To write the FreeBSD/arm image to an SD card, use the dd(1)
  utility, replacing KERNEL with the appropriate kernel
  configuration name for the system.

  # dd if=FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-arm-armv6-KERNEL.img \
  of=/dev/da0 bs=1m conv=sync

  Be careful to make sure you get the target (of=) correct.

  FreeBSD 10.2-RELEASE can also be purchased on CD-ROM or DVD from several
  vendors. One of the vendors that will be offering FreeBSD 10.2-based
  products is:

  * FreeBSD Mall, Inc. https://www.freebsdmall.com

  Pre-installed virtual machine images are also available for the amd64
  (x86_64) and i386 (x86_32) architectures in QCOW2, VHD, and VMDK disk
  image formats, as well as raw (unformatted) images.

  FreeBSD 10.2-RELEASE amd64 is also available on these cloud hosting
  platforms:

  * Amazon(R) EC2(TM):
  AMIs are available in the following regions:

  us-east-1 region: ami-f709a29c
  us-west-1 region: ami-bbc43aff
  us-west-2 region: ami-2b88821b
  sa-east-1 region: ami-49ef6754
  eu-west-1 region: ami-5c4c112b
  eu-central-1 region: ami-2235323f
  ap-northeast-1 region: ami-94209b94
  ap-southeast-1 region: ami-fe6c62ac
  ap-southeast-2 region: ami-1bc28121

  AMIs are also expected to be available in the Amazon(R) Marketplace
  at:
  https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B00KSS55FY/

  * Microsoft(R) Azure(TM):
  For deployment instructions, see:
  https://vmdepot.msopentech.com/Vhd/Show?vhdId=56718

  * Google(R) Compute Engine(TM):
  Instances can be deployed using the gcloud utility:

  % gcloud compute instances create INSTANCE \
  --image freebsd-10-2-release-amd64 \
  --image-project=freebsd-org-cloud-dev
  % gcloud compute ssh INSTANCE

  Replace INSTANCE with the name of the Google Compute Engine instance.

  * Hashicorp/Atlas(R) Vagrant(TM):
  Instances can be deployed using the vagrant utility:

  % vagrant init freebsd/FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE
  % vagrant up

FTP

  FreeBSD 10.2-RELEASE may be downloaded via ftp from the following site:

  * ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/releases/ISO-IMAGES/10.2/

  However before trying this site, please check your regional mirror(s)
  first by going to:

  * ftp://ftp.<your_country_code>.FreeBSD.org/pub/FreeBSD

  Any additional mirror sites will be labeled ftp2, ftp3 and so on.

  More information about FreeBSD mirror sites can be found at:

  * https://www.FreeBSD.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/mirrors-ftp.html

  FreeBSD 10.2-RELEASE virtual machine images may be downloaded via ftp
  from:

  * ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/releases/VM-IMAGES/10.2-RELEASE/

  For instructions on installing FreeBSD or updating an existing machine to
  10.2-RELEASE please see:

  * https://www.FreeBSD.org/releases/10.2R/installation.html

Support

  FreeBSD 10.2-RELEASE will be supported until December 31, 2016. The
  End-of-Life dates can be found at:

  * https://www.FreeBSD.org/security/

Other Projects Based on FreeBSD

  There are many "third party" Projects based on FreeBSD. The Projects
  range from re-packaging FreeBSD into a more "novice friendly"
  distribution to making FreeBSD available on Amazon's EC2 infrastructure.
  For more information about these Third Party Projects see:

  * https://wiki.FreeBSD.org/3rdPartyProjects

Acknowledgments

  Many companies donated equipment, network access, or man-hours to support
  the release engineering activities for FreeBSD 10.2 including The
  FreeBSD Foundation, Yahoo!, NetApp, Internet Systems Consortium, ByteMark
  Hosting, Sentex Communications, New York Internet, Juniper Networks,
  NLNet Labs, iXsystems, and Yandex.

  The release engineering team for 10.2-RELEASE includes:

  Glen Barber <gjb@FreeBSD.org>  Release Engineering Lead,
  10.2-RELEASE Release Engineer
  Konstantin Belousov <kib@FreeBSD.org>  Release Engineering
  Baptiste Daroussin <bapt@FreeBSD.org>  Package Building
  Bryan Drewery <bdrewery@FreeBSD.org>  Package Building
  Marc Fonvieille <blackend@FreeBSD.org> Release Engineering, Documentation
  Xin Li <delphij@FreeBSD.org>  Release Engineering, Security
  Officer
  Hiroki Sato <hrs@FreeBSD.org>  Release Engineering, Documentation
  Gleb Smirnoff <glebius@FreeBSD.org>  Release Engineering
  Marius Strobl <marius@FreeBSD.org>  Release Engineering
  Robert Watson <rwatson@FreeBSD.org>  Release Engineering, Security

  Additionally, the FreeBSD Release Engineering Team would like to thank
  Colin Percival (cperciva@) for his work on automated Amazon(R) EC2(TM)
  images, Steve Wills (swills@) for his work on Google(R) Compute
  Engine(TM) support, and Brad Davis (brd@) for his work on Vagrant(TM)
  support.

Trademark

  FreeBSD is a registered trademark of The FreeBSD Foundation.

ISO Image Checksums

  amd64 (x86_64):

  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-bootonly.iso) = c19a48715b2bd42ac65af0db0509c3720d765e6badcebaa96c978897f6496409
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-bootonly.iso.xz) = 91036ba068c076853ccc91cbe518d78c803f4d2dc74a684fd476dcc1de009884
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-disc1.iso) = 97908f5cd00d86cafeb2c265bfabbd0aa79f87e9b6b31ecdb756bc96a4a62e93
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-disc1.iso.xz) = ba8c0c661c1088169adfed49b2972a497ae5327c98fc936b56e919926ccd3642
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-dvd1.iso) = 95d4eb6ed5c565af8bc2b950e19484cb00c967922674efaf6b5391649a7dc1a1
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-dvd1.iso.xz) = c43e3b78895c91896fe0c7fe02db237416bb9568d594b3785087ca3000401145
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-memstick.img) = 1237a02b57e847aaf109aaf1a497e3a29a2d7058ccfd2d9b7629aa7e69d48c27
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-memstick.img.xz) = 20ccf34152ef644b3097cd8ddbecab2b22f3fc6a4c3b5a9cca43326cc7984362
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-mini-memstick.img) = a4b4edcd2acfd8ae183297b9582fbed18e4ba913837828157c6de3281f3bc51d
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-mini-memstick.img.xz) = c701d70013cad69465f5cf7766c221f671af3971d06be1b1eb34db1e6419d858
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-uefi-bootonly.iso) = 4256102c55046d6d4f3e159610255497fff6616173ceca08b575a2559cb00ef7
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-uefi-bootonly.iso.xz) = e64eb392d4de629c0d8b502dd457722532ad2488af73118149eb68879dd5c96f
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-uefi-disc1.iso) = 77644b94e664b1f05734b52587c3e0bb248c101f70b05c9cfa9b388475cc9774
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-uefi-disc1.iso.xz) = 7158b58b15b8d945437c929adb9805db37311cfba32a51386d95d017e02f48d7
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-uefi-dvd1.iso) = 66a64ba413ce8e4ae14974bc7d1358ba8d02b711418db9dc4d2270a4cb48832d
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-uefi-dvd1.iso.xz) = 613d5479ad3c66671a7575e0695a6a359bedbc7376c15da803f0a7136abcd672
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-uefi-memstick.img) = d5aa11f17ba92c1325f6bb33c88949bb69551895346ab7541faf2534a1f7cf82
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-uefi-memstick.img.xz) = 5e4ecc24772682a315ef0e1f4d7de07baced6c65acde5802c8e9820193c71f3d
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-uefi-mini-memstick.img) = b504410188243a16ee22335e8bd0075af39ac98479f8df4e3aab02ab6552f9f7
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-uefi-mini-memstick.img.xz) = 3bbcab9b2899b7be5d6fae5317826bc7a1ab639d375e005fdaa11b73e7911529


  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-bootonly.iso) = c4cac02d0513de1c8dd7b9e97419f1cc
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-bootonly.iso.xz) = 1cce1699c59e442d4541d528cec0806b
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-disc1.iso) = ab5842858500b7a62889df39a1932343
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-disc1.iso.xz) = cbf0d32afbabe912af4edd16ccd914a6
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-dvd1.iso) = bbeb9d785d15d05333d1b99be88bc746
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-dvd1.iso.xz) = c55a6a1b2b20e698aa704cc1b92e51d0
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-memstick.img) = 4e0451061ffb43e6db68d3540c5f2db9
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-memstick.img.xz) = 9710c1deff2e06ed735891ef88e10525
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-mini-memstick.img) = fce6fe4d60c33163f37d50b0f833fad0
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-mini-memstick.img.xz) = 6cf3eb7f1bdb579b4ee25d53b8e7c95a
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-uefi-bootonly.iso) = 12fa2e38f564211847f33a2f1b4200c1
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-uefi-bootonly.iso.xz) = 0b4a9937e76d801fc2603de36c22c01f
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-uefi-disc1.iso) = 9f6d15716c27d1e4524055235c6c919c
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-uefi-disc1.iso.xz) = 6b00f8e8faeaeb29a4278a09b0d655b9
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-uefi-dvd1.iso) = eea6ad5d1ebbe196b41d3ebbb5101471
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-uefi-dvd1.iso.xz) = 768f2c1f0d76d4e8eb2b48fcc66b2404
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-uefi-memstick.img) = 2f44a8488bd8f4cabeaca206a6836d1f
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-uefi-memstick.img.xz) = fe2fc636bbb1c1db2ad9b4e9102759b6
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-uefi-mini-memstick.img) = bed62a3a102f4839ee945956a1fd5d93
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64-uefi-mini-memstick.img.xz) = 71b766835ce8237016338fe7122c0a6b


  i386 (x86):

  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-i386-bootonly.iso) = 3bf46411ad1fdef674f04c46e8e2c3468f464465505569f689cec147ad928326
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-i386-bootonly.iso.xz) = 69ccb624b8fd77e3da8ba4399325a81db9b005652b4450df9c8fb60ea5fc6779
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-i386-disc1.iso) = 0e7094ae9f4f79d8955f193a1f2f5ab4f8b300e57eccd3b9bd959951ee079020
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-i386-disc1.iso.xz) = b61a8adbe9dc664d7f8fc29c58f6037c05150575aa026da6d0b2add122bdb6a6
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-i386-dvd1.iso) = 6382483b8288c8a5f2e4c71d81e5eebe8bb55f5cd23e6e1b41c65b178fed98dc
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-i386-dvd1.iso.xz) = 68bd52911f7b5aa83b8ab30e6e3636e67a589605c6926961737e38c7d7da7101
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-i386-memstick.img) = 728ec3abaca377656783ba19c9775314dab1a255e75af66681bc0e94b45351f3
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-i386-memstick.img.xz) = dde67a4f2f856b528a0cc62366ac3e107c5fe46524cdbca1f4dafa33cd9bdd27
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-i386-mini-memstick.img) = 84fe122dfe2048eed45e0cb02faca4b3b9e1de50711725514e7e157b310d63b6
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-i386-mini-memstick.img.xz) = 333cfa9fee47c645b46576db2227fd699c2694b64d886457919509625530ce8a


  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-i386-bootonly.iso) = c9f8f07c7122768b0e2ca51c6ab987fb
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-i386-bootonly.iso.xz) = 9d98806a03bc239377c9160f13c62bcb
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-i386-disc1.iso) = aa7047644e852bb647e15c9fa0156a9c
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-i386-disc1.iso.xz) = bf44abdf4bf109b14a8aebf09d2ce606
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-i386-dvd1.iso) = b38c407d9f3870ad7583f3f62e8b0a68
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-i386-dvd1.iso.xz) = 99deae00bfdb34be6f00f0f54b030c4f
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-i386-memstick.img) = 3245b713794db42a437156cc1dba0979
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-i386-memstick.img.xz) = 99826e7eeeb2fef66ad15122f61a22cc
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-i386-mini-memstick.img) = ba1ff362ade67a05cf3ad8542f6dcba0
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-i386-mini-memstick.img.xz) = 3cb2f40637d728a201bd924de6955b8d


  ia64:

  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-ia64-bootonly.iso) = c0e3e3308fbe6678b01dae8746f03607b9e522b893c5ee6b8a36a073e90b773b
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-ia64-bootonly.iso.xz) = 380a5a93ddb874005e303a5c28993ac2d37500872f0e4ed925ce350604929b5d
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-ia64-disc1.iso) = 647b00c400d4ca898748cfa2d05f44afcff699e64fa8e6a72ab6641f7716b108
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-ia64-disc1.iso.xz) = 2833db471d890c965199d97d24e7aafeed8967f2ec46dbe0e749cfcee1e36a6b
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-ia64-memstick.img) = 6c7df08e8a96ac77e089734b0c308b0fcdb410cfceacd6ad06c3ede31cbf0549
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-ia64-memstick.img.xz) = 3d2a7b0c6c2667c6c8c606ebd5b9e2936f485ecc818c7e9a8871913ea8ff5b44
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-ia64-mini-memstick.img) = f5bf095a08600b6aecc54dc5ffe9a69659c594cd22e07c37c732a76c427ada69
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-ia64-mini-memstick.img.xz) = a2ab4c46340a0ea44b88517f11ac2ba03a45a3a14e3b48c5d1b7dfe81be5ffa5


  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-ia64-bootonly.iso) = 78611f3adc6a14a5e94946c11bd34d7a
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-ia64-bootonly.iso.xz) = d59da674568da72f359cbbe83b1eaded
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-ia64-disc1.iso) = 6c738856562b37cf83aa7210be94e511
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-ia64-disc1.iso.xz) = a354848697f50d28c0edd4e3f03d6f18
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-ia64-memstick.img) = fd8f0acb13ac26b936b1980132e3568b
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-ia64-memstick.img.xz) = f2c24e9d0173e14e0c41d6a353e2cf55
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-ia64-mini-memstick.img) = ee135ac3c2780f06fb59abaa6860faba
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-ia64-mini-memstick.img.xz) = 32742f8330c3a06f939d5ab0cc10c7af


  powerpc:

  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-bootonly.iso) = 5a8f5aa8e9acf2bd6e5097055b10225768410657e6a0d9e62d30506a6b9c6ac0
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-bootonly.iso.xz) = 6346977e74d66efe9955eb5bd57589e47d85a4675614b81e6cf0c0f58d3ae150
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-disc1.iso) = 3eb25ae8f85c12ca1e684515749330d3411a1996c2b57de1aae63248b4dbccd8
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-disc1.iso.xz) = e37bc86ce3d6f65f9fea53b1c14f823054fc6f03cbef68328a3f06076cea0133
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-memstick.img) = 1663fb0f1493b09667c06f0486bd786e7ae949b212ed755aa670a16e7c49ec3e
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-memstick.img.xz) = 03e28738709f0cfc3253251a52830cced35328fb8f1cd142b457e684000efa1b
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-mini-memstick.img) = 5c9a555029b0fdc349d2529138781508376521d08d644e0b2f990f1b6a1d1da2
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-mini-memstick.img.xz) = 93b5397717be3e5d13c6c2eb3154443adb7e4b36aa33a88de7d2b60b0a5524b5


  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-bootonly.iso) = 7ef30a82e671c162a01ef230c0c81715
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-bootonly.iso.xz) = d212d087f639d792b6bc570f7ecf1e85
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-disc1.iso) = 0dc999ebb9244dcb49ccc95bf7fbaa15
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-disc1.iso.xz) = 9f75486630d896aa29ef8a546e48d8da
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-memstick.img) = 90cfc25ca7e5e46bcd4df7ad5934641b
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-memstick.img.xz) = 59413bc831ae30c99817bcd9477a0864
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-mini-memstick.img) = 432d9644271d8042411497fecb12144b
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-mini-memstick.img.xz) = 1b271e77637e7d404e7c7a665971a8af


  powerpc64:

  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-powerpc64-bootonly.iso) = 84ab0db6df574c8998a6b69387685c98042c2003f63f2e43efce9018ceb645e9
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-powerpc64-bootonly.iso.xz) = 0055ba75e0d515daff39e0a6c1c35ae4bbc583559ea16c2965e504bd9885623b
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-powerpc64-disc1.iso) = fdb2184fb966b8cc837a0c7dfe9a2cda0da0fb8543520cfa6270717c463cfdcb
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-powerpc64-disc1.iso.xz) = 0d8460ab24c8337bb7e03fe1b839834f5c349826881cc4a2fb644264a9d0dd6a
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-powerpc64-memstick.img) = 21cbcef827ed67bad147017d968497a4ca3b770bdf2ecc37ec735ee1e5674ed1
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-powerpc64-memstick.img.xz) = 18b56a5aaebccbaac419499328bfebb649f2de2071958d56938b0408d34d12cf
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-powerpc64-mini-memstick.img) = 4c306a82dfeb2e9fabfac24f7eaf0a0bd2a1bd25b32b27d170b9aee161363b11
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-powerpc64-mini-memstick.img.xz) = 7482f19a4e14e811090196d4895436082fd91f73ea0fcebbd9ecf7ff2af43766


  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-powerpc64-bootonly.iso) = 9f041e7f16ad727596bc628e71f48473
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-powerpc64-bootonly.iso.xz) = 3e8429e4dd4eb25fb3b7bc7baeef1a71
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-powerpc64-disc1.iso) = ba3a821ca5e6383c8010e09645c3a5f7
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-powerpc64-disc1.iso.xz) = d72bd28e9fe800c9717975fbb8a3c1f4
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-powerpc64-memstick.img) = cf4359faad17b10a8e33183ba3396f98
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-powerpc64-memstick.img.xz) = 2a73b4db5bbb9782982fb1619ba41fc4
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-powerpc64-mini-memstick.img) = c5c1eb8c8ca857224675834698b7245a
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-powerpc-powerpc64-mini-memstick.img.xz) = feec6e49aca25637b0569a0912f5a829


  sparc64:

  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-sparc64-bootonly.iso) = 84aa1f5c3252d874e34d53010ac861088768540874c9e318f664136799a914ff
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-sparc64-bootonly.iso.xz) = 658d05977b89f00503e245ba87190020312fe9cdbebcd7cbdb94325eadbec851
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-sparc64-disc1.iso) = 74c79cc5ed3daf223d6fe52ec666a1b3cfae6d915d410515201f68a87755aac5
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-sparc64-disc1.iso.xz) = f9303f413ee9c1c9b882e5c4806465533dc4d7fcd384cf6bc8d14a64a85d4b9c


  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-sparc64-bootonly.iso) = 6fd23976dbc339449cec48dabf0944c6
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-sparc64-bootonly.iso.xz) = 4ea71156dd4bc25b20bf171129008e5a
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-sparc64-disc1.iso) = 6ab57c332ad1d32ee0d71e7ea5e2acad
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-sparc64-disc1.iso.xz) = 10e6f6f639d1eea5fe4011672325e195


  armv6 BEAGLEBONE:

  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-arm-armv6-BEAGLEBONE.img.xz) = 721480ffab88cb4f986fe9562d5b3f3a5a98223a22befa48621ae05e2fd21885


  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-arm-armv6-BEAGLEBONE.img.xz) = 399474c0e4ea4055ff0667b43e0ff66f


  armv6 CUBOX-HUMMINGBOARD:

  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-arm-armv6-CUBOX-HUMMINGBOARD.img.xz) = 058d53c7b6a5b49d040937a87de4c193e320aa1071465ff8a834d71d62c5cff0


  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-arm-armv6-CUBOX-HUMMINGBOARD.img.xz) = aeb2de570d64962fb744c76951f0014e


  armv6 GUMSTIX:

  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-arm-armv6-GUMSTIX.img.xz) = efe92d0b0771a53a5f00d0a1bbc50af57f4a7707a10ec4f2a9c98e47359d0898

  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-arm-armv6-GUMSTIX.img.xz) = d7e6397a9e2e0f96809c478827efdc6c

  armv6 RPI-B:

  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-arm-armv6-RPI-B.img.xz) = 4f7bf5ad482924e8bba27d4409184c8e590f34dbc242c771707672cf2dfb1228


  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-arm-armv6-RPI-B.img.xz) = ffbaf3dfca2601033b1a88bd0d7a4af9


  armv6 PANDABOARD:

  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-arm-armv6-PANDABOARD.img.xz) = c27070bd30ab73dbcfd8fa8f954252b40497fd2ac87a8a2111882700a99824f5


  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-arm-armv6-PANDABOARD.img.xz) = 27aae525d0eb169a37245e588cc7deb7


  armv6 WANDBOARD:

  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-arm-armv6-WANDBOARD.img.xz) = 237939782d450e5559fcca629f0662ce4dbe05d1ec0b6c665910552f51a032a1


  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-arm-armv6-WANDBOARD.img.xz) = 53b747a391d8013a1a2268ce3cc1dbac


Virtual Machine Disk Image Checksums

  amd64 (x86_64):

  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64.qcow2.xz) = 0da7228252b25ec730acd151a474beab63bc57655207676e1230a20f8d4c2b73
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64.raw.xz) = 5776ea084b153a2d105e43ac74f8f1c0906a322fa64c747d9df8ca70d5c43297
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64.vhd.xz) = 6537e5ecb5bf3a6d269e3e2c3d5fb036e9f3b6f36cfd67162bb8222f917c9731
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64.vmdk.xz) = 31db5adf15933fc89736f1e7d7da2dd2cb9facf8d09a05d47fc6667f2a3b48cd


  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64.qcow2.xz) = 87ee78d99df42ceceef0a9798d6ddf3e
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64.raw.xz) = 78d4fdfac1f7e64e5e068b6fa8ab6247
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64.vhd.xz) = 2ea00115c0643e4ae2f8f96d72f68bd9
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-amd64.vmdk.xz) = 4770956d7862205eccbafd2fb8c65a3d


  i386 (x86):

  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-i386.qcow2.xz) = 63b17116760a5eba5a5eac75b32bafb661de6edb2389375c1a2edbb599276458
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-i386.raw.xz) = b735dd169443919a538e41758df21ccb9643a11a234d73adee4840c6448c3730
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-i386.vhd.xz) = 8a707f487db240365b905671408969f6f03834da18036de344c8a1d6de053521
  SHA256 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-i386.vmdk.xz) = 4bba8aa513ec7069d81017b48e49ef17e76db2542139d67c318744b07bde6d3c


  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-i386.qcow2.xz) = cc7a674dc5ea088375058a2a45f3af3e
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-i386.raw.xz) = 2366f2b67897efca1d745e82404c1846
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-i386.vhd.xz) = 125ee0d9e4dba911f65ce6ddf3fd2c94
  MD5 (FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE-i386.vmdk.xz) = fe02654a080efd51ec55972fe790317f


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Yamagi

Possessed With Psi Powers
Mitarbeiter
Themenstarter #3
FreeBSD 10.1 wird insgesamt 24 Monate nach erscheinen unterstützt, also bis zum 31. Dezember 2016: https://www.freebsd.org/security/ Das neue Support-Modell mit Support für jedes Release bis zum nachfolgenden Release + 3 Monate startet erst mit 11.0, was erst Mitte bis Ende nächsten Jahres kommen soll.
 

lme

FreeBSD Committer
#5
Wer ist noch dafür, dass Yamagi die offiziellen Release Notes schreiben sollte? :D

Wie immer, danke dafür, Yamagi!
 
C

CrimsonKing

Guest
#6
Muss man da nun irgendwas umstellen, wenn man seine bisherigen Paketupdates beibehalten will?
 

Yamagi

Possessed With Psi Powers
Mitarbeiter
Themenstarter #7
Du legst eine '/usr/local/etc/pkg/repos/FreeBSD.conf' mit diesem Inhalt an:
Code:
FreeBSD: {
  url: "pkg+http://pkg.FreeBSD.org/${ABI}/latest",
  mirror_type: "srv",
  signature_type: "fingerprints",
  fingerprints: "/usr/share/keys/pkg",
  enabled: yes
}
Die überschreibt die Standard-Konfiguration in /etc/pkg/FreeBSD.conf. Anschließend einmal 'pkg update' und du bekommst so um und bei täglich gebaute Pakete.
 

yggdrasil

Well-Known Member
#9
Storage:
  • GELI-Passwörter können nun bereits vor dem Kernelboot in ein durch den Loader bereitgestelltes Prompt eingegeben werden. Dies soll helfen lange stehende Probleme mit der Passworteingabe zu lösen.
Das ist aber effektiv nur das einlesen einer Zeichenkette, nicht das entschlüsseln der GELI-Partition mit eben dieser, oder? Separater, unverschlüsselter bootpool muss weiterhin sein, nehme ich mal an.
 

m4rkus

Well-Known Member
#10
Verstehe ich das richtig: Das behebt das "Problem", dass die Passwortabfrage zwischen den ganzen Konsolenmeldungen nicht mehr verschwindet, sondern vorher angezeigt wird und wartet, bis die Passphrase eingegeben wird?

Gruß
Markus
 

bsd4me

Well-Known Member
#11
so, meine ersten "Opfer" sind meine Rechner zu Hause... die laufen nun unter 10.2 :-) Empfinden? sehr positiv!! Bisher NULL Probleme mit Firefox und Thunderbird... Läuft runder als unter 10.1.

Grüße, Norbert