DragonFly 5.4.3 is out

DragonFly 5.4.3 is out.  My users@ post describes upgrading, as do the 5.4 release notes.  This release has a fix for an Intel floating-point bug.

Images are available for download at various mirrors, too.  If you’ve recently upgraded to 5.4, it’s the normal build process.  There’s a brand new complete build of all packages uploaded, too, so plan on a ‘pkg update’.

5 Replies to “DragonFly 5.4.3 is out”

  1. The bold-face title on the homepage still says “DragonFly 5.4.2 released” then directly below talks about 5.4.3.

  2. Hey Matt,

    Thanks for the release, but as Eric pointed out, please update/fix the typo on the website.

  3. Hmm. I didn’t see these comments because I no longer get email copies of comments on the Digest. I am not sure if that is because of a major version change in WordPress, Google over-filtering, or something else.

    Anyway, immediate issue fixed.

  4. OpenBSD and Dragonfly BSD are so suplem.
    2019/05/20 at 23:26

    Dragonfly BSD have a netbsd-iscsi-target(20111006 or later)
    or (FreeBSD based iscsi target) ctld ?

    I want to use the hammer2 through by the ISCSI protocol.
    FreeBSD can use zfs through by the ISCSI protocol.

    I hate the “FreeBSD with ZFS” and that ISCSI solution.
    If hammer2 will porting into the OpenBSD, It’s so cool!

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