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PC-BSD 11.0-CURRENTMAY2015 images now available

The PC-BSD project is pleased to announce the availability of our 11.0-CURRENTMAY2015 images.

WARNING: These images are considered “bleeding-edge” and should be treated as such.

The DVD/USB ISO files can now be downloaded from this URL.

We hope to continue rolling these –CURRENT images as a way for testers and developers to tryout both FreeBSD and PC-BSD bleeding edge features, often months before a planned release. These images include a full PKG repository compiled for that months image. Users of this system will also be able to “upgrade” when the next monthly image is published.

This is a great way to test features and report bugs well before the release cycle begins for the next major .0 release.

For bugs in PC-BSD, please report to https://bugs.pcbsd.org.

For FreeBSD / Port / Kernel / World bugs, please report to https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/enter_bug.cgi.

Updating from 10.1-RELEASE

There was a bug we found in freebsd-update when upgrading from 10.1-RELEASE to 11.0.

This has been fixed in 10.1-RELEASE-p21 (Check the output of freebsd-version), please update to it before attempting to change branch to 11.0.

Once you have the –p21 fix, run the following to “upgrade” your system to 11.0-CURRENTMAY2015svn282515

# pc-updatemanager chbranch 11.0-CURRENTMAY2015svn282515

This process will take a while, downloading new packages / world / kernel for the system. When done you can reboot, and the updater will finish up the update process.

PC-BSD 10.1.2-RC1 Now Available

The PC-BSD team is pleased to announce the availability of RC1 images for the upcoming quarterly 10.1.2 release.

Please test these images out and report any issues found on our bug tracker.

PC-BSD 10.1.2 Notable Changes

  • New PersonaCrypt Utility allows moving all of users $HOME directory to an encrypted USB Drive. This drive can be connected at login, and used across different systems
  • Stealth Mode allows login to a blank $HOME directory, which is encrypted with a one-time GELI key. This $HOME directory is then discarded at logout, or rendered unreadable after a reboot
  • Tor mode switches the firewall to running transparent proxy, blocking all traffic except what is routed through Tor
  • Migrated to IPFW firewall for enabling VIMAGE in 10.2
  • Added sound configuration via the first boot utility
  • Support for encrypted iSCSI backups via Life-Preserver, including support for bare-metal restores via installer media
  • New HTML handbook, updated via normal package updates
  • Media Center support allowing direct login to Kodi and PlexHomeTheater for the 10ft user experience
  • Switch to new AppCafe interface, with remote support via web-browser
  • Improvements to Online Updater, along with GRUB nested menus for Boot-Environments
  • Migrate all ports to using LibreSSL instead of OpenSSL
  • Switch from NTP to OpenNTPD
  • Lumina desktop 0.8.4
  • Chromium 42.0.2311.90
  • Firefox 37.0.2
  • NVIDIA Driver 346.47
  • Pkg 1.5.1

Updating

Users currently running the EDGE package repo can now update their packages via the updater GUI or “pc-updatemanager” utility to be brought up to date with RC1.

Updates for users on the 10.1.1 / PRODUCTION repo will be available once 10.1.2-RELEASE is announced.

Getting media

10.1.2-RC1 DVD/USB media can be downloaded from here via HTTP or Torrent.

Reporting Bugs
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Found a bug in 10.1.2? Please report it (with as much detail as possible) to our bugs database.

PC-BSD at SCALE

There will be a FreeBSD booth during SCALE, to be held at the Hilton LAX in Los Angeles from Friday, February 19 to Sunday, February 22. This event has a small entrance fee and registration is required. The FreeBSD booth will be next to the OpenBSD booth. As usual, we’ll be giving away cool swag, PC-BSD DVDs, FreeNAS CDs, and brochures and accepting donations for the FreeBSD Foundation.

There will be several BSD-related talks at this event. Dru Lavigne will present “What’s New in FreeNAS 9.3″ at 13:30 on Saturday, Brooks Davis will present “Booting FreeBSD on BERI” at 14:30 on Saturday, and Michael Dexter will present “FreeBSD Virtualization Options” at 16:30 on Saturday.

The BSDA certification exam will be available at noon on Sunday. You can register and pay for the exam here.

PC-BSD 10.1.1-RC2 Now Available

The PC-BSD team is pleased to announce the availability of RC2 images for the upcoming quarterly 10.1.1 release.

Please test these images out and report any issues found on our bug tracker.

Changes since RC1

* Disabled some diskid / gptid labels from installer
* Updated HandBook with additions for 10.1.1
* Fixes to Lumina desktop default settings
* Disabled the lock functionality in AppCafe
* Fixed an issue with VirtualBox modules not being loaded after install
* Updated some man pages for pbi_* commands
* Fixes to how ISO / memory disks are mounted via Mount Tray
* Fixes to Mount Tray for mounting exFAT partitions with write access
* Fixed an issue with UEFI USB media not loading GRUB correctly
* Removed pc-soundmixer utility, functionality has been merged into tray app

PC-BSD 10.1.1 notable Changes
* Brand new system updater which supports automatic background updating of the system
* Many improvements to boot-environments and GRUB support for a wider variety of setups
* Support for installation to a specific GPT partition and GPT dual-booting improvements
* Conversion to Qt5 for all desktop utilities
* Fixes to using dtrace when booted from GRUB
* Re-write of Mount Tray utility, improves mounting of external media
* Support for full-disk encryption (without an unencrypted /boot) using GELI v7
* More packages available for installation from DVD/USB/CD images via “PC-BSD roles“
* New OVA files for virtual machines
* Misc bugfixes and improvements to utilities
* GNOME 3.14.1
* Cinnamon 2.4.2
* Lumina desktop 0.8.0
* Chromium 39.0.2171.95
* Firefox 35.0
* NVIDIA Driver 340.65
* Pkg 1.4.4

Updating

Users currently running the EDGE package repo can now update their packages via the updater GUI or “pc-updatemanager” utility to be brought up to date with RC1.

Updates for users on the 10.1-RELEASE / PRODUCTION repo will be available once 10.1.1-RELEASE is announced.

Getting media

10.1.1-RC2 DVD/USB media can be downloaded from here via HTTP or Torrent.

Reporting Bugs

Found a bug in 10.1.1? Please report it (with as much detail as possible) to our bugs database.

PC-BSD 10.1.1-RC1 Now Available

The PC-BSD team is pleased to announce the availability of RC1 images for the upcoming quarterly 10.1.1 release.

Please test these images out and report any issues found on our bug tracker.

PC-BSD 10.1.1 notable Changes
* Brand new system updater which supports automatic background updating of the system
* Many improvements to boot-environments and GRUB support for a wider variety of setups
* Support for installation to a specific GPT partition and GPT dual-booting improvements
* Conversion to Qt5 for all desktop utilities
* Fixes to using dtrace when booted from GRUB
* Re-write of Mount Tray utility, improves mounting of external media
* Support for full-disk encryption (without an unencrypted /boot) using GELI v7
* More packages available for installation from DVD/USB/CD images via “PC-BSD roles“
* New OVA files for virtual machines
* Different ISO files for UEFI / BIOS installations
* Misc bugfixes and improvements to utilities
* GNOME 3.14.1
* Cinnamon 2.4.2
* Lumina desktop 0.8.0
* Chromium 39.0.2171.95
* Firefox 35.0
* NVIDIA Driver 340.65
* Pkg 1.4.4

Updating
Users currently running the EDGE package repo can now update their packages via the updater GUI or “pc-updatemanager” utility to be brought up to date with RC1.

Updates for users on the 10.1-RELEASE / PRODUCTION repo will be available once 10.1.1-RELEASE is announced.

Getting media
10.1.1-RC1 DVD/USB media can be downloaded from this URL via HTTP or Torrent.

Reporting Bugs
Found a bug in 10.1.1? Please report it (with as much detail as possible) to our bugs database.

Heads up for EDGE Users

For those of you running the EDGE package set, be aware that  PKGNG 1.4.0 is just around the corner, and we are updating the PC-BSD EDGE repo to start testing BETA2 of it right now. The packages are building, and should be available in around 24–48 hours.

Also, we found some major bugs in pkg this weekend, which can leave some packages installed, but with their respective files on disk missing. Kris is testing a work-around at the moment, so if you want to avoid some of the churn, it may be wise to wait a few days for this fix and for the dust to settle from the update to pkgng 1.4.0.b2.

If you have already upgraded and have issues with a missing pcbsd-utils, functions.sh, etc, you can fix your system by running the following commands:

# /usr/sbin/pkg install –fy pcbsd-libsh
# /usr/sbin/pkg install –fy pcbsd-syscache
# /usr/sbin/pkg install –fy life-preserver
# /usr/sbin/pkg install –fy warden
# /usr/sbin/pkg install –fy pbi-manager

If you find any issues, please see if they have been reported yet at bugs.pcbsd.org, and if not, report the details.

PC-BSD 10.1-RELEASE Now Available

The PC-BSD team is pleased to announce the availability of PC-BSD 10.1 release!

A very special thank you goes out to all the contributors for this release, your help and feedback was greatly appreciated!

PC-BSD 10.1 Highlights

* KDE 4.14.2
* GNOME 3.12.2
* Cinnamon 2.2.16
* Chromium 38.0.2125.104_1
* Firefox 33.1
* NVIDIA Driver 340.24
* Lumina desktop 0.7.1-beta
* Pkg 1.3.8_3
* New AppCafe HTML5 web/remote interface, for both desktop / server usage
* New CD-sized text-installer ISO files for TrueOS / server deployments
* New Centos 6.6 Linux emulation base
* New HostAP mode for Wifi GUI utilities
* UEFI support for boot and installation
* Automatic tuning of ZFS memory usage at install time
* Support for full-disk (GELI) encryption without an unencrypted /boot partition (Also on mirror/raidz setups!)
* New VirtualBox / VMware / RAW disk images of desktop / server installations

For a more complete list of changes, please check our wiki page.

TrueOS

Along with our traditional PC-BSD DVD ISO image, we have also created a CD-sized ISO image of TrueOS, our server edition.

This is a text-based installer which includes FreeBSD 10.1-Release under the hood. It includes the following features:

* ZFS on Root installation
* Boot-Environment support
* Command-Line versions of PC-BSD utilities, such as Warden, Life-Preserver and more.
* Support for enabling the AppCafe web-interface for remote usage out of box
* Support for full-disk (GELI) encryption without an unencrypted /boot partition  (Also on mirror/raidz setups!)

Updating

WARNING: As with any upgrade, please ensure you have backups of all important data beforehand!

Users running 10.0-RELEASE can now update to 10.1 via the online updater GUI, or via the ‘pc-updatemanager’ command as detailed here.

Users running previous RC’s of 10.1 can also update using the following commands:

# freebsd-update fetch
# freebsd-update install
(With a possible second “freebsd-update install”, if the utility requests it)

# pkg update –f
# pkg upgrade –f

Getting media

10.1-RELEASE DVD/USB/VMs can be downloaded from this URL via HTTP or Torrent.

Reporting Bugs

Found a bug in 10.1? Please report it (with as much detail as possible) to our bugs database.

 

PC-BSD 10.1-RC2 Released

The PC-BSD team is pleased to announce the availability of RC2 images for the upcoming PC-BSD 10.1 release. This RC includes many minor bug-fixes from RC2, along with new UEFI support for boot / install.

PC-BSD 10.1 notable Changes

* KDE 4.14.2
* GNOME 3.12.2
* Cinnamon 2.2.16
* Chromium 38.0.2125.104_1
* Firefox 33.0
* NVIDIA Driver 340.24
* Lumina desktop 0.7.0-beta
* Pkg 1.3.8_3
* New AppCafe HTML5 web/remote interface, for both desktop / server usage
* New CD-sized text-installer ISO files for TrueOS / server deployments
* New Centos 6.5 Linux emulation base
* New HostAP mode for Wifi GUI utilities
* Misc bug fixes and other stability improvements
* NEW! — UEFI support for boot and installation

TrueOS

Along with our traditional PC-BSD DVD ISO image, we have also created a CD-sized ISO image of TrueOS, our server edition.

This is a text-based installer which includes FreeBSD 10.0-Release under the hood. It includes the following features:

* ZFS on Root installation
* Boot-Environment support
* Command-Line versions of PC-BSD utilities, such as Warden, Life-Preserver and more.
* Support for full-disk (GELI) encryption without an unencrypted /boot partition

Updating

A testing update is available for 10.0.3 users to upgrade to 10.1-RC2. To apply this update, do the following:

edit: /usr/local/share/pcbsd/pc-updatemanager/conf/sysupdate.conf (As root)

Change “PATCHSET: updates”

to

“PATCHSET: test-updates”

% sudo pc-updatemanager check

This should show you a new “Update system to 10.1-RELEASE” patch available. To install run the following:

% sudo pc-updatemanager install 10.1-update-10152014–10

NOTICE

As with any major system upgrade, please backup important data / files beforehand!!!

This update will automatically reboot your system several times during the various upgrade phases, please expect it to take between 30–60 minutes.

Getting media

10.1-RC2 DVD/USB media can be downloaded from this URL via HTTP or Torrent.

Reporting Bugs
Found a bug in 10.1? Please report it (with as much detail as possible) to our bugs database.

PC-BSD Forums Now Support Tapatalk

The PC-BSD forums are now accessible on Tapatalk. Tapatalk is a free forum app for your smartphone that lets you share photos, post, and reply to discussions easily on-the-go.

Tapatalk can be downloaded from here. Once installed,  search “forums.pcbsd.org” from the Tapatalk Explore tab. Be sure to  add the “PC-BSD Forums” search result, not just “PC-BSD”.

PC-BSD at MeetBSD

Several members of the PC-BSD and FreeNAS teams will be attending MeetBSD, to be held on November 1 and 2 in San Jose, CA. There’s some great presentations lined up for this event and registration is only $75.

As usual, we’ll be giving out PC-BSD and FreeNAS media and swag. There will also be a FreeBSD Foundation booth that will accept donations to the Foundation. The BSDA certification exam will be held at 18:00 on November 1.

PC-BSD 10.1-RC1 Released

The PC-BSD team is pleased to announce the availability of RC1 images for the upcoming PC-BSD 10.1 release.

PC-BSD Notable Changes

* KDE 4.14.2
* GNOME 3.12.2
* Cinnamon 2.2.16
* Chromium 38.0.2125.104_1
* Firefox 33.0
* NVIDIA Driver 340.24
* Lumina desktop 0.7.0-beta
* Pkg 1.3.8_3
* New AppCafe HTML5 web/remote interface, for both desktop / server usage
* New CD-sized text-installer ISO files for TrueOS / server deployments
* New Centos 6.5 Linux emulation base
* New HostAP mode for Wifi GUI utilities
* Misc bug fixes and other stability improvements

TrueOS

Along with our traditional PC-BSD DVD ISO image, we have also created a CD-sized ISO image of TrueOS, our server edition.

This is a text-based installer which includes FreeBSD 10.0-Release under the hood. It includes the following features:

* ZFS on Root installation
* Boot-Environment support
* Command-Line versions of PC-BSD utilities, such as Warden, Life-Preserver and more.
* Support for full-disk (GELI) encryption without an unencrypted /boot partition

Updating

A testing update is available for 10.0.3 users to upgrade to 10.1-RC1. To apply this update, do the following:

edit: /usr/local/share/pcbsd/pc-updatemanager/conf/sysupdate.conf (As root)

Change “PATCHSET: updates”

to:

“PATCHSET: test-updates”

% sudo pc-updatemanager check

This should show you a new “Update system to 10.1-RELEASE” patch available. To install run the following:

% sudo pc-updatemanager install 10.1-update-10152014–10

NOTICE

As with any major system upgrade, please backup important data  and files beforehand!!!

This update will automatically reboot your system several times during the various upgrade phases, please expect it to take between 30–60 minutes.

Getting media

10.1-RC1 DVD/USB media can be downloaded from here via HTTP or Torrent.

Reporting Bugs

Found a bug in 10.1? Please report it (with as much detail as possible) to our bugs database.

 

PC-BSD at Ohio Linux Fest

Several members of the PC-BSD and FreeBSD Projects will be at Ohio LinuxFest, to be held at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, OH on October 24–26. Paid and free registration is available for this event.

Ken Moore will present “Lumina DE: A new desktop environment for PC-BSD” on Friday, October 11 at 11:00. Dru Lavigne will present “A Sneak Peak at FreeNAS 9.3″ on Friday, October 24 at 15:00. Dan Langille will present “Virtualization with FreeBSD Jails, ezjail, and ZFS” on Saturday, October 25 at 14:00.

There will be a FreeBSD booth in the expo area. Expo hours are 17:00–19:00 on Friday, October 24 and 8:00–17:00 on Saturday, October 25. As usual, we’ll have cool swag, PC-BSD DVDs, FreeNAS CDs, and will accept donations to the FreeBSD Foundation.

The BSDA certification exam will be available at 16:00 on Saturday, October 25 and at 10:00 on Sunday, October 26. The cost for the exam is $75.

PC-BSD at All Things Open

There will be a FreeBSD booth in the expo area of All Things Open, to be held at the Raleigh Convention Center in Raleigh, NC on October 22–23. Registration is required for this event.

Expo hours are from 8:00–17:00 on Tuesday, October 21 and Wednesday, October 22. As usual, we’ll have some cool swag, PC-BSD DVDs, FreeNAS CDs, and brochures. We will also accept donations to the FreeBSD Foundation.

Testers: CentOS 6.5 Emulation and New AppCafe

For those of you on Edge and who wish to test the new Linux emulation and the new Appcafe, Kris has posted the instructions:

CentOS 6.5 emulation has been made the default for the EDGE packages going out this weekend. This replaces the legacy f10 package set. I’ve tested / confirmed that Flash works properly, haven’t tried net-im/skype4 yet, but a package is available for those who want to try.

I’ve seen a few issues doing the update here with PKG. It seems often the conflict detection won’t remove f10 on its own, so I’ve had to do this:

# pkg update –f
# pkg delete linux_base-f10\*
# pkg install nvidia-driver (Skip this if you don’t use nvidia drivers)
# pkg install pcbsd-base
# pkg upgrade
# pc-extractoverlay ports
# reboot

After reboot, you need to recreate the flash plugin:

% flashpluginctl off && flashpluginctl on

Let us know any issues you see with the newer linux emulation layer.

Also, if you run into problems launching / navigating the newer AppCafe, please open bug reports asap. We are working to stabilize that as quickly as possible. Bug reports should be created at bugs.pcbsd.org.

 

PC-BSD at Fossetcon

Fossetcon will take place September 11–13 at the Rosen Plaza Hotel in Orlando, FL. Registration for this event ranges from $10 to $85 and includes meals and a t-shirt.

There will be a BSD booth in the expo area on both Friday and Saturday from 10:30–18:30. As usual, we’ll be giving out a bunch of cool swag, PC-BSD DVDs, and FreeNAS CDs, as well as accepting donations for the FreeBSD Foundation.  Dru Lavigne will present “ZFS 101″ at 11:30 on Saturday. The BSDA certification exam will be held at 15:00 On Saturday.

PC-BSD 10.0.3 Quarterly Package Update Released

The PC-BSD team is pleased to announce the availability of the next PC-BSD quarterly package update, version 10.0.3!

This update includes a number of important bug-fixes, as well as newer packages and desktops. Packages such as Chromium 37.0.2062.94, Cinnamon 2.2.14, Lumina 0.6.2 and more. This release also includes a CD-sized ISO of TrueOS, for users who want to install a server without X. For more details and updating instructions, refer to the notes below.

We are already hard at work on the next major release of PC-BSD, 10.1 later this fall, which will include FreeBSD 10.1-RELEASE under the hood. Users interested in following along with development should sign up for our Testing mailing list.

PC-BSD Notable Changes

* Cinnamon 2.2.14
* Chromium 37.0.2062.94
* NVIDIA Driver 340.24
* Lumina desktop 0.6.2-beta
* Pkg 1.3.7
* Various fixes to the Appcafe Qt UI
* Bugfixes to Warden / jail creation
* Fixed a bug with USB media not always being bootable
* Fixed several issues with Xorg setup
* Improved Boot-Environments to allow “beadm activate” to set default
* Support for jail “bulk” creation via Warden
* Fixes for relative ZFS dataset mount-point creation via Warden
* Support for full-disk (GELI) encryption without an unencrypted /boot partition

TrueOS

Along with our traditional PC-BSD DVD ISO image, we have also created a CD-sized ISO image of TrueOS, our server edition.

This is a text-based installer which includes FreeBSD 10.0-Release under the hood. It includes the following features:

* ZFS on Root installation
* Boot-Environment support
* Command-Line versions of PC-BSD utilities, such as Warden, Life-Preserver and more.
* Support for full-disk (GELI) encryption without an unencrypted /boot partition

We have some additional features also in the works for 10.1 and later, stay tuned this fall for more information.

Updating

Due to some changes with how pkgng works, it is recommended that all users update via the command-line using the following steps:

# pkg update –f
# pkg upgrade pkg
# pkg update –f
# pkg upgrade
# pc-extractoverlay ports
# reboot

PKGNG may need to re-install many of your packages to fix an issue with shared library version detection. If you run into issues doing this, or have conflicts, please open a bug report with the output of the above commands.

If you run into shared library issues running programs after upgrading, you may need to do a full-upgrade with the following:

# pkg upgrade –f

Getting media

10.0.3 DVD/USB media can be downloaded from this URL via HTTP or Torrent.

Reporting Bugs
Found a bug in 10.0.3? Please report it (with as much detail as possible) to our new RedMine Database.

10.0.3-RC2 Available for Testing

PC-BSD 10.0.3-RC2 ISO images are now available for testing.

Users on the EDGE package set, or 10.0.3-RC1 can update to the newer set with the following commands:

# pkg update –f
# pkg upgrade
# pc-extractoverlay ports

This update brings in the newer pkgng 1.3.7, which may need to re-install many of your packages in order to properly fix an issue with shared-library version detection in previous pkgng releases.

The current plan is to release 10.0.3 early next week, so please let us know of any issues right away via our RedMine bug tracker.

PC-BSD 10.0.2 Released!

The PC-BSD team is pleased to announce the availability of the next PC-BSD quarterly update, version 10.0.2!

This update includes a number of important bug fixes as well as newer packages and desktops, such as KDE 4.12.5, Cinnamon 2.2.13, Gnome 3.12.2, and more. This release also includes an alpha release of the new Lumina desktop which is being developed on PC-BSD. For more details and updating instructions, refer to the notes below.

Notable Changes:

  • KDE 4.12.5
  • Cinnamon 2.2.13
  • Gnome 3.12.2
  • Alpha release of Lumina desktop
  • Revamped AppCafe and PBI subsystems, integrated fully with FreeBSD’s PKGNG
  • AppCafe support for application screenshots, 5-Star rating system and comments integrated with our Wiki
  • Unified various UI elements and keyboard shortcuts
  • Integrated package cleanup functionality into AppCafe / PBI system
  • Updated Control Panel UI with additional view options and asynchronous item reading
  • Improved UI notification between applications and tray notification systems
  • Added PulseAudio as default audio backend for all packages which can support it
  • Added full-disk encryption options with GELI, which does *not* require a separate un-encrypted /boot partition
  • Support for automatic boot-environment creation before doing any upgrades or updates to the system or packages
  • Boot-environment support for full-disk encrypted installations
  • Added support for adding snapshot “Comments”
  • Options to set L2Arc / ZIL devices during installation
  • Many other bugfixes and improvements to Life-Preserver, Warden and more

A more detailed list of changes can be found in What’s New in 10.0.2.

Updating:

Desktop users already running 10.0 can update via Control Panel -> Package Manager -> Updates. Server users can update via the “pc-updatemanager” command-line utility.

If package updating fails due to conflict errors, please be sure to apply all system updates first before trying again.

After updating and rebooting, please run the AppCafe once to begin the conversion process from the old style PBIs to 10.0.2 packages.

Installing:

10.0.2 DVD/USB media can be downloaded from here.

Reporting Bugs:

Found a bug in 10.0.2? Please report it (in as much detail as possible) to our Trac Database.

PC-BSD at SouthEast LinuxFest

SouthEast LinuxFest will take place June 20–22 at the Sheraton Charlotte Airport in Charlotte, NC. Registration for this event  is free.

There will be a BSD booth in the expo area on both Friday and Saturday from 9:00–17:00. As usual, we’ll be giving out a bunch of cool swag, PC-BSD DVDs, and FreeNAS CDs, as well as accepting donations for the FreeBSD Foundation. Ken Moore will present “PBI v10: Application Management Made Easy” at 13:30 on Friday and Dru Lavigne will present “ZFS 101″ at 13:30 on Saturday. The BSDA certification exam will also be held at 11:00 On Sunday.

10.0.2-RC2 Available for Testing

PC-BSD 10.0.2-RC2 images are now online for testing from our download site.

This will (hopefully) be our last RC before releasing 10.0.2 officially sometime on or around the 23rd. We have addressed or fixed most tickets related to the 10.0.2 release, so if you are still running into any issues, please report them using our Trac database.

Users running EDGE or earlier 10.0.2 images can upgrade their packages to the RC2 versions via AppCafe or Package Manager.

Thanks for all your help testing, and the issues reported so far!