Project Trident STABLE-12 Now Available

submited 26 July 2019

A new update train is now available based on the FreeBSD/TrueOS STABLE branch (version 12). This version uses the TrueOS “trueos/stable/12” branch. This train also provides rolling updates to the packages that are available in the repository. Train Features: Static ABI: Self-compiled binaries continue to run as-is for the lifetime of the stable branch Base Packages: Matching CURRENT, we are using the base package framework from TrueOS for building and distributing the stable branch.

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