FreeBSD version 13.1 was released today. Some of the new features include UEFI boot improvements for AMD64, a wide range of hardware driver enhancements, and support for freebsd-update, which allows you to create automated boot environment snapshots to try to make operating system updates safe. Phoronix reports: Some other changes to FreeBSD 13.1 include enabling position-independent executable (PIE) support on 64-bit architectures, a new zfskeys script to automatically decrypt ZFS datasets, NVMe emulation with Bhyve hypervisor, chroot now supports non-operating , various improvements to POWER and RISC-V, improvements to support the big fighter, support for the HiFive Unmatched RISC-V developer board, upgrade over OpenZFS file system support upstream and many other changes to this open source BSD ecosystem. Downloads and a complete change log for FreeBSD 13.1 can be found here.

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