The OpenBSD project has released OpenBSD 6.7, marking the 48th release of operating system. These are some highlights of the improvements in the present release:
- For new installs on nearly all architectures the default file system is now FFS2, sporting 64-bit timestamps and block counters
- There are numerous SMP improvements, including unlocking of several system calls
- Hardware support in all architectures is much improved and expanded, with a number of new drivers including the iwx(4) driver for new Intel WiFi devices as well as significant expansion of arm64 and armv7 hardware support.
- Enabled rpki-client(8), to support Origin Validation in BGP-speaking routers in the base install.
- New versions of programs and subsystems maintained as part of OpenBSD but widely reused elsewhere (LibreSSL 3.1.1, OpenSSH 8.3, OpenSMTPD 6.7.0)