Bob Beck | 1 Nov 17:47 2012
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OpenBSD 5.2 Released


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- OpenBSD 5.2 RELEASED -------------------------------------------------

November 1, 2012.

We are pleased to announce the official release of OpenBSD 5.2.
This is our 32nd release on CD-ROM (and 33rd via FTP).  We remain
proud of OpenBSD's record of more than ten years with only two remote
holes in the default install.

As in our previous releases, 5.2 provides significant improvements,
including new features, in nearly all areas of the system:

 - pthreads(3) support:
   o The most significant change in this release is the replacement of the
     user-level uthreads by kernel-level rthreads, allowing multithreaded
     programs to utilize multiple CPUs/cores.
   o Use PTHREAD_MUTEX_STRICT_NP as default mutex type.
   o Added pthread spinlock and barrier routines.
   o Added pthread_mutex_timedlock(3) and sem_timedwait(3).
   o Added pthread_condattr_setclock(3).
   o Added support for live multi-threaded debugging in gdb(1).
   o Improved handling for rusage totals and interval timers in threaded
     processes.
   o Changed the RLIMIT_NPROC rlimit to count processes instead of threads.
   o Added a new system limit kern.maxthread for the max number of threads.
   o Closed race conditions in thread creation, and in fork(2) and open(2) in a
     threaded process.
   o Improved handling of threaded processes in ps(1), top(1), and fstat(1).
   o Changed the lock around dlopen() to be recursive, so that dl*() operations
     from atexit() handlers don't deadlock.
   o Many fixes to pthread attribute and mutex error checking and cancellation
     handling.

 - Improved hardware support, including:
   o Added hibernation support on i386. Currently only working on pciide(4) and
     wd(4) disks.
   o Improved support for ALPS based touchpads in wsmouse(4) and the
     synaptics(4) X.Org input driver.
   o Performance improvements with ix(4) Intel 10Gb Ethernet NICs.
   o Support for i350 based devices in em(4).
   o Flow control support for bnx(4).
   o Hardware watchdog and HPET support for tcpcib(4) (Intel Atom E600) as
     found in some embedded x86 systems.
   o urndis(4) supports additional Android devices.
   o Support for Winbond W83627UHG has been added to wbsio(4).
   o Support for the SMBus controller of the AMD CS5536 in glxpcib(4) and the
     NVIDIA MCP89 in nviic(4).
   o Support for AX88772B based devices has been added to axe(4).
   o Support for MCS7832 based devices has been added to mos(4).
   o Support for the Roland UM-ONE has been added to umidi(4).
   o Support for the AMD Hudson-2 chipset has been added to azalia(4) and
     piixpm(4).
   o Support for NetMos NM9820 cardbus serial cards has been added to com(4).
   o Support for Huawei Mobile E303 has been added to umsm(4).
   o The sgi port now supports the R4000 Indigo (IP20), Indy (IP22), R4000
     Indigo2 (IP24) and POWER Indigo2 R10000 (IP28) families.

 - Generic network stack improvements:
   o Increased TCP initial window to 14600 bytes as proposed in
     draft-ietf-tcpm-initcwnd.
   o Cleanup handling of sockaddrs in degenerate use cases.
   o Improved handling of error and limit cases in file descriptor passing.
   o Improved socketbuffer handling for AF_UNIX sockets.
   o Fix yet another file descriptor leak in message passing.
   o Improved error handling in socket splicing.
   o IPv6 privacy addresses now appear alongside SLAAC addresses.
   o Support for Extended Sequence Numbers has been added to the IPsec stack
     and iked(8).
   o Bridging two IPv4 networks over an IPv6 link with gif(4) is now possible.

 - Routing daemons and other userland network improvements:
   o sndiod(1), bgpd(8), dvmrpd(8), ftp-proxy(8), iked(8), iscsid(8), ldapd(8),
     ldpd(8), nsd(8), ospf6d(8), ospfd(8), relayd(8), ripd(8), snmpd(8),
     spamd(8), sshd(8), tcpbench(1) and tmux(1) now rate limit their accepting
     of new connections when experiencing file descriptor exhaustion.
   o Allow route(8) destination/prefixlen syntax for IPv6 routes.
   o ASCII packet dumping support in tcpdump(8).
   o Better etherip and BGP protocol support in tcpdump(8).
   o isakmpd(8) and tcpdump(8) now recognize additional Internet Key Exchange
     DH groups.
   o Various improvements in iked(8) including support for retransmits.
   o ipsecctl(8) now allows SA lifetimes to be specified in its ipsec.conf(5)
     file.
   o tftpd(8) rewritten as a persistent, non-blocking daemon.
   o tftp(1) client now supports IPv6.
   o snmpd(8) now supports PF-MIB, UCD-DISKIO-MIB, and additional OIDs in
     HOST-RESOURCES-MIB.
   o bgpd(8) is now more robust when encountering network instability.
   o Adjust the bgpd(8) route decision code to cover checks needed due to route
     reflection.
   o Various fixes to improve error reporting in bgpd(8) including support of
     RFC 6608.
   o For debugging purposes bgpctl(8) can load MRT dumps into bgpd(8).
   o Fixed distribution of MPLS VPN routes in bgpd(8).
   o Introduced a new option "selected" to the bgpctl(8) "show rib" command to
     show only selected routes.
   o Correctly support the LSA_TYPE_AREA_OPAQ and LSA_TYPE_AS_OPAQ types in
     ospfd(8).
   o Make relayd(8) able to handle transactions larger than 2GB in size.
   o Various bug fixes and better HTTP standard compliance in relayd(8).
   o rtadvd(8) can now advertise DNS servers and search paths in router
     advertisements.
   o rtadvd(8) can now send router advertisements with no prefix information
     using the noifprefix option.
   o ftp(1) client now allows the source IP address of the connection to be
     specified.
   o ypldap(8) now handles larger directories and is more tolerant when
     processing groups.
   o Added support for AF_INET6 to inet_net_pton(3) and inet_net_ntop(3).

 - pf(4) improvements:
   o pf(4) now ignores/preserves the lower 2 bits of the tos-header (used for
     Explicit Congestion Notification).
   o Allow more than 16 pflog(4) interfaces.
   o pf(4) now supports weighted least-states load balancing.
   o The prio and tos options are now part of the "set { }" block. See
     pf.conf(5).
   o Allow setting the tos on IPv6 packets.
   o Better demotion handling in pfsync(4) to prevent failovers without having
     a full state table.
   o Fixed printing of wildcard anchors in pfctl(8).

 - Assorted improvements:
   o Added nginx(8), an HTTP server, reverse proxy server and mail proxy server.
   o Added SQLite 3.7.13, a self-contained SQL database engine.
   o libpcap has been updated with several core functions from tcpdump.org's
     libpcap-1.2.0 API, without the clutter.
   o Disabled SSLv2 in OpenSSL.
   o Moved libtool(1) into the base system. Much work remains to be done.
   o Removed lint(1).
   o Removed the raid(4) RAIDframe driver and its corresponding raidctl(8)
     utility. RAIDframe has been superseded by softraid(4).
   o Added posix_spawn(3).
   o Added mbsnrtowcs(3) and wcsnrtombs(3).
   o Added getdelim(3) and getline(3).
   o More configuration variables for sysconf(3) and pathconf(2).
   o dirfd(3) is now a function instead of a macro.
   o posix_memalign(3) supports arbitrarily large alignments.
   o Improved realloc(3) performance.
   o ld.so(1) recognizes the DF_1_NOOPEN flag and refuses to dlopen(3) shared
     objects linked with "-z nodlopen".
   o Improved compliance and/or cleanliness of header files, particularly
     <dirent.h>, <time.h>, <sys/time.h>, <limits.h>, <arpa/inet.h>,
     <netinet/in.h>, and <sys/param.h>.
   o Improved kernel uvm memory allocator.
   o Added support for using AMT to provide console-over-Ethernet (c.f. the
     amtterm package).
   o Improved support for amd64 systems with many memory extents.
   o compat_linux(8) improvements: TLS-vs-clone and futex fixes, added support
     for statfs64(), tgkill(), gettid(), SOCK_CLOEXEC, and SOCK_NONBLOCK.
   o kdump(1) improvements, including the ability to show thread IDs and
     dumping of timespec, timeval, sigaction, rlimit, sigset, clockid, and fdset
     arguments and results.
   o Various improvements in smtpd(8): reliability fixes, new MTA client, new
     scheduler and improved queue logic, simplified smtpd.conf(5) syntax,
     better RFC compliance and several cosmetic changes.
   o The mg(1) emacs-like editor now supports cscope functionality. Also,
     backup files can now be saved to a user's home directory in addition to the
     current working directory.
   o Fixed operation of kvm_getfile2() (and therefore fstat(1) and pstat(8)) on
     kernel crash dumps.
   o Improved emacs-style key bindings and handling of large arrays in ksh(1).
   o halt(8) disables "suspend-on-lid-close" so that you don't accidentally
     suspend instead of shutting down.
   o Improvements to parallel make(1): added the .CHEAP and .EXPENSIVE special
     targets and fixed glitches in already-rebuilt logic.
   o The libusb package is able to access non-ugen(4) devices for some
     operations, allowing e.g. programming YubiKeys with a standard kernel.
   o Various improvements in tmux(1): a new unified tree view to select
     sessions or windows, new move-pane and renumber-windows commands, a history
     of pane layouts, simple output rate limiting, and custom formats (-F) have
     been extended and are now accepted by more commands.
   o fsck_msdos(8) now works on devices with non-512 byte sectors.
   o quotacheck(8) now works with DUID based fstab(5) files.
   o Numerous minor improvement to fdisk(8), including more sanity checking and
     better default partition sizing on large disks.
   o dhclient(8) now discards trailing NULs in option data, and in general
     parses option data with more paranoia.
   o Various improvements to dhclient(8) startup and timeout handling.
   o disklabel(8) does a better job of calculating physical memory during
     partition auto-allocation of devices with non-512 byte sectors.
   o SCSI errors are now correctly propogated to userland, e.g. mount(2) now
     reports specific errors such as trying to mount RW filesystems from RO
     media.
   o Improved FAT media handling: autorecognize such media even if the 0x55aa
     signature is missing and prevent the writing of an OpenBSD disklabel over
     the FAT data structures.
   o The MS-DOS FAT filesystem implementation gained a significant write
     speedup for large files (up to twice as fast).

 - OpenSSH 6.1:
    o New features:
      - sshd(8): This release turns on pre-auth sandboxing sshd by default for
        new installs, by setting UsePrivilegeSeparation=sandbox in sshd_config.
      - sshd-keygen(1): Add options to specify starting line number and number
        of lines to process when screening moduli candidates, allowing
        processing of different parts of a candidate moduli file in parallel.
      - sshd(8): The Match directive now supports matching on the local
        (listen) address and port upon which the incoming connection was
        received via LocalAddress and LocalPort clauses.
      - sshd(8): Extend sshd_config Match directive to allow setting AcceptEnv
        and {Allow,Deny}{Users,Groups}.
      - Add support for RFC6594 SSHFP DNS records for ECDSA key types. (bz#1978)
      - sshd-keygen(1): Allow conversion of RSA1 keys to public PEM and PKCS8.
      - sshd(8): Allow the sshd_config PermitOpen directive to accept "none" as
        an argument to refuse all port-forwarding requests.
      - sshd(8): Support "none" as an argument for AuthorizedPrincipalsFile.
      - sshd-keyscan(1): Look for ECDSA keys by default. (bz#1971)
      - sshd(8): Add "VersionAddendum" to sshd_config to allow server operators
        to append some arbitrary text to the server SSH protocol banner.
    o The following significant bugs have been fixed in this release:
      - sshd(8) and ssh(1): Don't spin in accept() in situations of file
        descriptor exhaustion. Instead back off for a while.
      - sshd(8) and ssh(1): Remove hmac-sha2-256-96 and hmac-sha2-512-96 MACs
        as they were removed from the specification. (bz#2023)
      - sshd(8): Handle long comments in config files better. (bz#2025)
      - ssh(1): Delay setting tty_flag so RequestTTY options are correctly
        picked up. (bz#1995)
      - sshd(8): Fix handling of /etc/nologin incorrectly being applied to root
        on platforms that use login_cap.

 - Over 7,600 ports, major performance and stability improvements in
   the package build process:
   o dpb got simpler and faster. Handles distfiles, works without any options.
   o Simpler and less error-prone mechanisms for handling MD differences.
   o dpb is now used for mirroring distfiles, to the great joy of
     ftp://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/distfiles/
   o full databases of all ports available as packages:
     - pkglocatedb - a locate(1) database of all files in all packages
     - sqlports - a sqlite3(1) database of all meta-info for all packages
     - ports-readmes - a tree of html files for browsing thru available packages

 - Many pre-built packages for each architecture:
    o i386: 7483                      o sparc64: 6820
    o alpha: 5993                     o sh: 2412
    o amd64: 7439                     o powerpc: 7050
    o sparc: 4466                     o arm: 5802
    o hppa: 6316                      o vax: 2279
    o mips64: 5845                    o mips64el: 5908

 - Some highlights:
    o Gnome 3.4.2                     o KDE 3.5.10
    o Xfce 4.10                       o MySQL 5.1.63
    o PostgreSQL 9.1.4                o Postfix 2.9.3
    o OpenLDAP 2.3.43 and 2.4.31      o GHC 7.0.4
    o Mozilla Firefox 3.5.19, 3.6.28 and 13.0.1
    o Mozilla Thunderbird 13.0.1      o LibreOffice 3.5.5.3
    o Emacs 21.4, 22.3 and 23.4       o Vim 7.3.154
    o PHP 5.2.17 and 5.3.14           o Python 2.5.4, 2.7.3 and 3.2.3
    o Ruby 1.8.7.370 and 1.9.3.194    o Tcl/Tk 8.5.11
    o Jdk 1.7                         o Mono 2.10.9
    o Chromium 20.0.1132.57           o Groff 1.21
    o Go 1.0.2                        o GCC 4.6.3 and 4.7.1
    o LLVM/Clang 3.1                  o Lua 5.1.5 and 5.2.1

 - As usual, steady improvements in manual pages and other documentation.

 - The system includes the following major components from outside suppliers:
    o Xenocara (based on X.Org 7.7 with xserver 1.12.2 + patches,
      freetype 2.4.10, fontconfig 2.8.0, Mesa 7.10.3, xterm 279,
      xkeyboard-config 2.6 and more)
    o Gcc 4.2.1 (+ patches) and 2.95.3 (+ patches)
    o Perl 5.12.2 (+ patches)
    o Our improved and secured version of Apache 1.3, with SSL/TLS
      and DSO support
    o Nginx 1.2.2 (+ patches)
    o OpenSSL 1.0.0f (+ patches)
    o SQLite 3.7.13 (+ patches)
    o Sendmail 8.14.5, with libmilter
    o Bind 9.4.2-P2 (+ patches)
    o Lynx 2.8.7rel.2 with HTTPS and IPv6 support (+ patches)
    o Sudo 1.7.2p8
    o Ncurses 5.7
    o Heimdal 0.7.2 (+ patches)
    o Arla 0.35.7
    o Binutils 2.15 (+ patches)
    o Gdb 6.3 (+ patches)
    o Less 444 (+ patches)
    o Awk Aug 10, 2011 version

If you'd like to see a list of what has changed between OpenBSD 5.1
and 5.2, look at

        http://www.OpenBSD.org/plus52.html

Even though the list is a summary of the most important changes
made to OpenBSD, it still is a very very long list.

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- SECURITY AND ERRATA --------------------------------------------------

We provide patches for known security threats and other important
issues discovered after each CD release.  As usual, between the
creation of the OpenBSD 5.2 FTP/CD-ROM binaries and the actual 5.2
release date, our team found and fixed some new reliability problems
(note: most are minor and in subsystems that are not enabled by
default).  Our continued research into security means we will find
new security problems -- and we always provide patches as soon as
possible.  Therefore, we advise regular visits to

        http://www.OpenBSD.org/security.html
and
        http://www.OpenBSD.org/errata.html

Security patch announcements are sent to the security-announce <at> OpenBSD.org
mailing list.  For information on OpenBSD mailing lists, please see:

        http://www.OpenBSD.org/mail.html

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- CD-ROM SALES ---------------------------------------------------------

OpenBSD 5.2 is also available on CD-ROM.  The 3-CD set costs $50 CDN and
is available via mail order and from a number of contacts around the
world.  The set includes a colourful booklet which carefully explains the
installation of OpenBSD.  A new set of cute little stickers is also
included (sorry, but our FTP mirror sites do not support STP, the Sticker
Transfer Protocol).  As an added bonus, the second CD contains an audio
track, a song entitled "Aquarela do Linux".  MP3 and OGG versions of
the audio track can be found on the first CD.

Lyrics (and an explanation) for the songs may be found at:

    http://www.OpenBSD.org/lyrics.html#52

Profits from CD sales are the primary income source for the OpenBSD
project -- in essence selling these CD-ROM units ensures that OpenBSD
will continue to make another release six months from now.

The OpenBSD 5.2 CD-ROMs are bootable on the following platforms:

  o i386
  o amd64
  o sparc64

(Other platforms must boot from floppy, network, or other method).

For more information on ordering CD-ROMs, see:

        http://www.OpenBSD.org/orders.html

The above web page lists a number of places where OpenBSD CD-ROMs
can be purchased from.  For our default mail order, go directly to:

        https://https.OpenBSD.org/cgi-bin/order

All of our developers strongly urge you to buy a CD-ROM and support
our future efforts.  Additionally, donations to the project are
highly appreciated, as described in more detail at:

        http://www.OpenBSD.org/goals.html#funding

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- OPENBSD FOUNDATION ---------------------------------------------------

For those unable to make their contributions as straightforward gifts,
the OpenBSD Foundation (http://www.openbsdfoundation.org) is a Canadian
not-for-profit corporation that can accept larger contributions and
issue receipts.  In some situations, their receipt may qualify as a
business expense write-off, so this is certainly a consideration for
some organizations or businesses.  There may also be exposure benefits
since the Foundation may be interested in participating in press releases.
In turn, the Foundation then uses these contributions to assist OpenBSD's
infrastructure needs.  Contact the foundation directors at
directors <at> openbsdfoundation.org for more information.

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- T-SHIRT SALES --------------------------------------------------------

The OpenBSD distribution companies also sell tshirts and polo shirts,
with new and old designs, available from our web ordering system.

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- FTP INSTALLS ---------------------------------------------------------

If you choose not to buy an OpenBSD CD-ROM, OpenBSD can be easily
installed via FTP or HTTP downloads.  Typically you need a single
small piece of boot media (e.g., a boot floppy) and then the rest
of the files can be installed from a number of locations, including
directly off the Internet.  Follow this simple set of instructions
to ensure that you find all of the documentation you will need
while performing an install via FTP or HTTP.  With the CD-ROMs,
the necessary documentation is easier to find.

1) Read either of the following two files for a list of ftp/http
   mirrors which provide OpenBSD, then choose one near you:

        http://www.OpenBSD.org/ftp.html
        ftp://ftp.OpenBSD.org/pub/OpenBSD/5.2/ftplist

   As of Nov 1, 2012, the following ftp mirror sites have the 5.2 release:

        ftp://ftp.eu.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/5.2/       Stockholm, Sweden
        ftp://ftp.bytemine.net/pub/OpenBSD/5.2/         Oldenburg, Germany
        ftp://ftp.ch.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/5.2/       Zurich, Switzerland
        ftp://ftp.fr.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/5.2/       Paris, France
        ftp://ftp5.eu.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/5.2/      Vienna, Austria
        ftp://mirror.aarnet.edu.au/pub/OpenBSD/5.2/     Brisbane, Australia
        ftp://ftp.usa.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/5.2/      CO, USA
        ftp://ftp5.usa.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/5.2/     CA, USA

        The release is also available at the master site:

        ftp://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/5.2/          Alberta, Canada

        However it is strongly suggested you use a mirror.

   Other mirror sites may take a day or two to update.

2) Connect to that ftp mirror site and go into the directory
   pub/OpenBSD/5.2/ which contains these files and directories.
   This is a list of what you will see:

        ANNOUNCEMENT     armish/          mvme88k/         src.tar.gz
        Changelogs/      ftplist          packages/        sys.tar.gz
        HARDWARE         hp300/           ports.tar.gz     tools/
        PACKAGES         hppa/            root.mail        vax/
        PORTS            i386/            sgi/             xenocara.tar.gz
        README           landisk/         socppc/          zaurus/
        alpha/           macppc/          sparc/
        amd64/           mvme68k/         sparc64/

   It is quite likely that you will want at LEAST the following
   files which apply to all the architectures OpenBSD supports.

        README          - generic README
        HARDWARE        - list of hardware we support
        PORTS           - description of our "ports" tree
        PACKAGES        - description of pre-compiled packages
        root.mail       - a copy of root's mail at initial login.
                          (This is really worthwhile reading).

3) Read the README file.  It is short, and a quick read will make
   sure you understand what else you need to fetch.

4) Next, go into the directory that applies to your architecture,
   for example, i386.  This is a list of what you will see:

        INSTALL.i386    cd52.iso        floppyB52.fs    pxeboot*
        INSTALL.linux   cdboot*         floppyC52.fs    xbase52.tgz
        MD5             cdbr*           game52.tgz      xetc52.tgz
        base52.tgz      cdemu52.iso     index.txt       xfont52.tgz
        bsd*            comp52.tgz      install52.iso   xserv52.tgz
        bsd.mp*         etc52.tgz       man52.tgz       xshare52.tgz
        bsd.rd*         floppy52.fs     misc52.tgz

   If you are new to OpenBSD, fetch _at least_ the file INSTALL.i386
   and the appropriate floppy*.fs or install52.iso files.  Consult the
   INSTALL.i386 file if you don't know which of the floppy images
   you need (or simply fetch all of them).

   If you use the install52.iso file (roughly 250MB in size), then you
   do not need the various *.tgz files since they are contained on that
   one-step ISO-format install CD.

5) If you are an expert, follow the instructions in the file called
   README; otherwise, use the more complete instructions in the
   file called INSTALL.i386.  INSTALL.i386 may tell you that you
   need to fetch other files.

6) Just in case, take a peek at:

        http://www.OpenBSD.org/errata.html

   This is the page where we talk about the mistakes we made while
   creating the 5.2 release, or the significant bugs we fixed
   post-release which we think our users should have fixes for.
   Patches and workarounds are clearly described there.

Note: If you end up needing to write a raw floppy using Windows,
      you can use "fdimage.exe" located in the pub/OpenBSD/5.2/tools
      directory to do so.

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- X.ORG FOR MOST ARCHITECTURES -----------------------------------------

X.Org has been integrated more closely into the system.  This release
contains X.Org 7.7.  Most of our architectures ship with X.Org, including
amd64, sparc, sparc64 and macppc.  During installation, you can install
X.Org quite easily.  Be sure to try out xdm(1) and see how we have
customized it for OpenBSD.

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- PORTS TREE -----------------------------------------------------------

The OpenBSD ports tree contains automated instructions for building
third party software.  The software has been verified to build and
run on the various OpenBSD architectures.  The 5.2 ports collection,
including many of the distribution files, is included on the 3-CD
set.  Please see the PORTS file for more information.

Note: some of the most popular ports, e.g., the Apache web server
and several X applications, come standard with OpenBSD.  Also, many
popular ports have been pre-compiled for those who do not desire
to build their own binaries (see BINARY PACKAGES, below).

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- BINARY PACKAGES WE PROVIDE -------------------------------------------

A large number of binary packages are provided.  Please see the PACKAGES
file (ftp://ftp.OpenBSD.org/pub/OpenBSD/5.2/PACKAGES) for more details.

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- SYSTEM SOURCE CODE ---------------------------------------------------

The CD-ROMs contain source code for all the subsystems explained
above, and the README (ftp://ftp.OpenBSD.org/pub/OpenBSD/5.2/README)
file explains how to deal with these source files.  For those who
are doing an FTP install, the source code for all four subsystems
can be found in the pub/OpenBSD/5.2/ directory:

        xenocara.tar.gz     ports.tar.gz   src.tar.gz     sys.tar.gz

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- THANKS ---------------------------------------------------------------

Ports tree and package building by Jasper Lievisse Adriaanse,
Pierre-Emmanuel Andre, Landry Breuil, Michael Erdely, Stuart Henderson,
Peter Hessler, Paul Irofti, Antoine Jacoutot, Sebastian Reitenbach,
and Christian Weisgerber.  System builds by Theo de Raadt and Miod
Vallat. X11 builds by Todd Fries and Miod Vallat.  ISO-9660 filesystem
layout by Theo de Raadt.

We would like to thank all of the people who sent in bug reports, bug
fixes, donation cheques, and hardware that we use.  We would also like
to thank those who pre-ordered the 5.2 CD-ROM or bought our previous
CD-ROMs.  Those who did not support us financially have still helped
us with our goal of improving the quality of the software.

Our developers are:

    Aaron Bieber, Alexander Bluhm, Alexander Hall, Alexander Schrijver,
    Alexander Yurchenko, Alexandr Shadchin, Alexandre Ratchov,
    Anil Madhavapeddy, Anthony J. Bentley, Antoine Jacoutot,
    Austin Hook, Benoit Lecocq, Bob Beck, Brandon Mercer, Bret Lambert,
    Brett Mahar, Bryan Steele, Camiel Dobbelaar, Can Erkin Acar,
    Charles Longeau, Christian Weisgerber, Christiano F. Haesbaert,
    Claudio Jeker, Damien Bergamini, Damien Miller, Darren Tucker,
    David Coppa, David Gwynne, David Krause, Edd Barrett, Eric Faurot,
    Federico G. Schwindt, Felix Kronlage, Gilles Chehade,
    Giovanni Bechis, Gleydson Soares, Gonzalo L. Rodriguez,
    Henning Brauer, Ian Darwin, Igor Sobrado, Ingo Schwarze,
    Jakob Schlyter, Janne Johansson, Jason George, Jason McIntyre,
    Jasper Lievisse Adriaanse, Jeremy Evans, Jim Razmus II, Joel Knight,
    Joel Sing, Joerg Zinke, Jolan Luff, Jonathan Armani, Jonathan Gray,
    Jonathan Matthew, Jordan Hargrave, Joshua Elsasser, Joshua Stein,
    Kenji Aoyama, Kenneth R Westerback, Kirill Bychkov, Kurt Miller,
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