Frenzy 1.1 (BETA3) released

Frenzy logoSergei Mozhaisky has announced the third beta release of Frenzy 1.1, a portable toolkit for system and network administrators based on FreeBSD 6.2. More info on Frenzy here.

These are most important changes since the 1.0-release:

  • Base system is FreeBSD 6.2-STABLE, Xorg updated to 7.3.
  • System totally moved to unionfs file system organization, you can edit almost all files after boot.
  • Added Frenzy Extension Module support, utility for FEM creation is avaiable on FTP server.
  • Added ability to boot from ISO-file on HDD
  • Boot options with disabled ATAPI DMA or ATA DMA
  • Loader option “mode” (select console resolution)
  • Loader option “sound” (sound card auto-detection)
  • Added options for work with serial console
  • gcc removed from base system, it will be available as FEM module.
  • More than 100 applications added (among them ntfs-3g) and 18 applications removed.

You can download the ISO here.

If you come across any bugs or problems or you want feedback, just drop a message on the Frenzy Forum.

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