A new stable release of TrueOS, which is a rolling release operating system that’s based on FreeBSD’s Current development branch, has been released. The stable release brings more extensive testing of features, and less experimentation than the unstable branch. New features and bug fixes have been added, including an improved first boot wizard, a new version of OpenRC and much more. For a full list of changes, visit https://www.trueos.org/blog/ trueos-stable-update-june-2-2017.
TrueOS comes in both stable and unstable branches – the safer stable branch has just been updated.