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NetBSD 9.0 available!

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Sixth months after the start of the release engineering process, NetBSD 9.0 is now available.

Since the start of the release process a lot of improvements went into the branch - over 700 pullups were processed!

This includes usbnet (a common framework for usb ethernet drivers), aarch64 stability enhancements and lots of new hardware support, installer/sysinst fixes and changes to the NVMM (hardware virtualization) interface.

We hope this will lead to the best NetBSD release ever (only to be topped by NetBSD 10 - hopefully later this year).

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Also: NetBSD 9.0 Debuts As The "Best NetBSD Release Ever"

Mailing list's announcement

  • Announcing the NetBSD 9.0 release

    On behalf of the NetBSD project, it is my pleasure to announce the NetBSD 9.0 release.

    This is the seventeenth major release of the NetBSD operating system and brings significant improvements in terms of hardware support, quality assurance, security, along with new features and hundreds of bug fixes. Some highlights: [...]

By Corbet at LWN

  • NetBSD 9.0 released

    Significant new features include Arm64 support, better virtualization support, kernel address-space layout randomization, and more; see the release notes for details.

NetBSD 9.0 Released with Aarch64 Support, Arm ServerReady Compat

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