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 # NetBSD-8 release notes items #  # NetBSD-8 release notes items #
   
 Below list needs to be expanded about ARM, MPSAFE networking changes.    Below list needs to be expanded about ARM changes.  
 Then expanded to be readable by an average technically inclined person.    Then expanded to be readable by an average technically inclined person.  
 Then reordered for most cool things on top.  Then reordered for most cool things on top.
   
Line 12  XXX is SSP / MKPIE new to userland? Line 12  XXX is SSP / MKPIE new to userland?
 * In-kernel audio mixer  * In-kernel audio mixer
 * Real-Time Signals  * Real-Time Signals
 * Synchronize Machine Independent features in ptrace(2) with Linux and FreeBSD  * Synchronize Machine Independent features in ptrace(2) with Linux and FreeBSD
 * Improved C11 feature completeness  * Improved C11 feature completeness (added missing headers, implemented functions)
 * ext4 enhanced read-only support  * ext4 enhanced read-only support
 * nc(1) imported from OpenBSD  * nc(1) imported from OpenBSD
 * sys_info a new script to return version information for system libraries and utilities  * sys_info a new script to return version information for system libraries and utilities
Line 22  XXX is SSP / MKPIE new to userland? Line 22  XXX is SSP / MKPIE new to userland?
 * dc(1) import from OpenBSD (and replace the GNU version)  * dc(1) import from OpenBSD (and replace the GNU version)
 * Endian-Independent disklabel support DISKLABEL_EI  * Endian-Independent disklabel support DISKLABEL_EI
 * pthread_dbg(3) removed from the base distribution  * pthread_dbg(3) removed from the base distribution
   * improved compatiblity of NetBSD curses(3) with ncurses
   * added libpanel(3) compatible with ncurses libpanel
   * added ipsecif(4) for route-based VPNs
   * made part of the network stack MP-safe
     * NET_MPSAFE kernel option is required to try
     * Only the components listed below are MP-safe for now
   * WAPBL stability and performance improvements
   
   Custom:
   
 * USB system rework. added USB3 support.  * USB system rework. added USB3 support.
   
 The following networking components and drivers have been made MPSAFE:    The following networking components and drivers have been made MPSAFE:  
 XXX long list, TODO.smpnet is a start  
   
   * Device drivers
     * vioif(4)
     * vmx(4)
     * wm(4)
     * ixg(4)
     * ixv(4)
   * Layer 2
     * Ethernet (if_ethersubr.c)
     * bridge(4)
     * Fast forward (ipflow)
   * Layer 3
     * Almost done but some components are still non-MP-safe
   * Interfaces
     * gif(4)
     * ipsecif(4)
     * l2tp(4)
     * pppoe(4)
     * tun(4)
     * vlan(4)
   * Packet filters
     * npf(7)
   * Others
     * bpf(4)
     * ipsec(4)
     * opencrypto(9)
     * pfil(9)
   
 * Reproducible build (link to blog)  * Reproducible build (link to blog)
 * Dynamic tracing (DTrace) for kernel code (link to guide/intro)  * Dynamic tracing (DTrace) for kernel code (link to guide/intro)
Line 39  amd64, i386: Line 73  amd64, i386:
 * SMEP  * SMEP
 * SMAP  * SMAP
 * amd64 kernel W\^X  * amd64 kernel W\^X
   * PCI MSI/MSI-X support (except Xen)
   * PCI extended configuration space support
 * EFI bootloader  * EFI bootloader
 * added i386 GENERIC_PAE kernel that supports >4GB systems  * added i386 GENERIC_PAE kernel that supports >4GB systems
 * Debug Registers for debuggers  * Debug Registers for debuggers
Line 63  Other: Line 99  Other:
   
 * bta2dpd - new Bluetooth Advanced Audio Distribution Profile daemon  * bta2dpd - new Bluetooth Advanced Audio Distribution Profile daemon
 * iwm(4), a driver for Intel Wireless devices (AC7260, AC7265, AC3160...)  * iwm(4), a driver for Intel Wireless devices (AC7260, AC7265, AC3160...)
   * ixg(4): X540, X550 and newer device support.
   * ixv(4): Intel 10G Ethernet virtual function driver.
 * nvme(4), a driver for NVMe hardware, ported from OpenBSD  * nvme(4), a driver for NVMe hardware, ported from OpenBSD
 * nouveau, an open source driver for modern nVidia graphics, ported from linux, available by default.  * nouveau, an open source driver for modern nVidia graphics, ported from linux, available by default.
    (this is at the bottom because we mentioned it in 7.1 too)     (this is at the bottom because we mentioned it in 7.1 too)
Line 72  Third party software: Line 110  Third party software:
 * GCC 5.4 with Address Sanitizer and Undefined Behavior Sanitizer  * GCC 5.4 with Address Sanitizer and Undefined Behavior Sanitizer
 * GDB 7.12  * GDB 7.12
 * GNU binutils 2.27  * GNU binutils 2.27
 * Clang/LLVM  * Clang/LLVM 4.0
 * OpenSSH  * OpenSSH 7.6
 * OpenSSL  * OpenSSL 1.0.2k
 * mdocml  * mdocml 1.14.1
 * acpica  * acpica 20170303
 * ntp  * ntp 4.2.8p10
 * dhcpcd  * dhcpcd 7.0.0
 * Lua  * Lua 5.3.4

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