FreeBSD 11 Images Released For VirtualBox and VMware

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FreeBSD 11 Images Released For VirtualBox and VMware

FreeBSD project released the newer version of their operating system FreeBSD 11, some major improvements in this release support for OpenSSH Protocol 1 has been dropped, wireless 802.11n support added, provides native graphics support for the operating system’s bhyve hypervisor and an arm64 architecture port has been added and many more: “Please note, as a result of the timing between the withdrawn FreeBSD 11.0-RELEASE images being available before the official announcement and several last-minute issues being discovered, uname(1) will display FreeBSD 11.0-RELEASE-p1, as the images were generated from a patch-level revision of the releng/11.0 branch. Users that have installed FreeBSD 11.0-RELEASE from the images originally available on the mirrors or from freebsd-update(8) prior to the rebuild of the final release are urged to upgrade their systems to FreeBSD 11.0-RELEASE-p1 immediately.” Checkout release notes and release announcement of FreeBSD 11.

We are providing you virtual images for latest version of FreeBSD 11 CLI version for VirtualBox and VMware.

You can download VDI and VMDK images for VirtualBox & VMware from here.

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  • Tristan

    Ok, I don’t know where to put this so here it is : the login/password you give for VM is wrong (at least for Ubuntu 16.04). You give : login/password = osboxes/osboxes.org, but in the VM login is osboxes.org (not osboxes) and password is neither osboxes nor osboxes.org. Also, the recovery method you give is wrong. For Ubuntu 16.04 and 14.04, you have to press “Esc”, not “shift” to get Grub.