You probably didn’t use this anyway

The last bits of Linux emulation have been removed from DragonFly.  It’s 32-bit, so it’s been unsupported since DragonFly went to 64-bit only with the 4.0 release.  Also, some other 32-bit only items are gone, including the cs, ep, ex, fe, and vx network drivers.  It’s almost impossible that anyone was using it, but it’s notable because that’s some… 15-20k lines of code gone?  Removal of unused code is also positive.

OpenSSH, OpenSSL updates

Because this always happens just after I create a DragonFly release, there’s a new version of OpenSSL.  However, this is for version 1.0.2.  1.0.1 is what’s in the release, and it’s supported through the end of the year.

OpenSSH has a major version bump in DragonFly, to 7.3p1.  This means some features – specifically patches for High Performance Networking – are no longer there, and you’ll get an error if your config file requires them.  Either remove the options from your config, or install OpenSSH from dports.