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NomadBSD 1.4 is now available!

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We are pleased to present the release of NomadBSD 1.4.

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  • NomadBSD 1.4 Released With GUI For Easier Chrome / Brave / Vivaldi Browser Installation

    NomadBSD 1.4 is out today as the latest feature update to this operating system that is one of the BSD-based desktop initiatives.

    NomadBSD 1.4 re-bases its operating system against upstream FreeBSD 12.2-p4. Meanwhile on the NomadBSD side it fixes some UEFI boot problems, better automatic graphics driver detection, improved touchpad support if wanting to run this BSD on laptops, wifimgr has replaced NetworkManager, and removal of i386 support for accelerated Intel and AMD graphics since the drm-legacy-kmod driver is now obsolete.

NomadBSD 1.4 Release Brings A New GUI to Easily Install Browsers

  • NomadBSD 1.4 Release Brings A New GUI to Easily Install Browsers & Other Important Improvements

    NomadBSD is an open-source persistent live system for USB flash drives, this means that one can run this operating system on a USB flash drive and any changes done to the system will be saved and won’t be lost when it is booted the next time. It is based on the popular open-source operating system “FreeBSD“.

    The team behind the development of the operating system have announced the release of “NomadBSD 1.4”. It is based on “FreeBSD 12.2-p4”, this has allowed for enhanced support for trackpads, automatic graphics driver detection and more with this release.

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    The release fixes a bug where booting the operating system in UEFI mode would cause issues.

    A new GUI (Graphical User Interface) has been added to the operating system that makes it easy to install software like Linux Chrome, Brave, Vivaldi, Netflix, Spotify and more.

    Also, i386 support for accelerated graphics for Intel and ATI/AMD cards has been dropped due to a legacy DRM driver becoming obsolete.

    For a more detailed outlook of the changes, you can read the official release notes.

NomadBSD 1.4 overview | A persistent live system for your USB fl

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