Linux on ARMThe developers of the open source, BSD-based NetBSD operating system have had the great pleasure of announcing the release and immediate availability of the project's fifteenth major release.

Prominent features of NetBSD 7.0 include support for the Kernel Mode Setting (KMS) and DRM drivers, bringing accelerated graphics to 32-bit (x86) systems that include the latest models of Intel and AMD Radeon graphics cards, support for multiprocessor ARM-based systems, as well as Lua kernel scripting support.


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Linux on ARM