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FreeBSD Moves Along On ARM Support

http://www.freebsd.org/layout/images/beastie.pngWhile Linux continues to move along quite briskly on ARM hardware support and already has 64-bit ARM AArch64 support, that's not the case in the BSD world. With FreeBSD, they're still working on bringing up ARMv6 support and pulling in support for the different ARM SoCs/boards...

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  • fbettag Said:

    NetBSD and OpenBSD have working ARM ports. FreeBSD is the *only* BSD which doesnt have a vibrant ARM-branch yet.

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