Index of /archives/NetBSD

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[DIR] Parent Directory - [TXT] .message 10-Feb-2016 15:22 730 [DIR] NetBSD-6.1.5/ 14-Nov-2014 07:17 - [DIR] NetBSD-7.0/ 26-Sep-2015 16:20 - [DIR] NetBSD-release-6/ 14-Oct-2012 04:21 - [DIR] NetBSD-release-7/ 12-Nov-2015 04:57 - [TXT] README 06-Mar-2016 06:48 1.8K [TXT] README.export-control 10-Feb-2016 15:22 730 [DIR] arch/ 20-Dec-2007 18:46 - [DIR] images/ 12-Mar-2016 16:03 - [DIR] install-images/ 12-Mar-2016 16:03 - [DIR] iso/ 12-Mar-2016 16:03 - [DIR] packages/ 26-Mar-2012 01:15 - [DIR] security/ 17-Apr-2016 00:23 - [DIR] sup/ 15-Nov-2004 16:00 -
Description of files and subdirectories in pub/NetBSD:

This directory contains files related to NetBSD.

NetBSD is a freely available and redistributable UNIX-like operating
system. NetBSD is based on a variety of free software, including
4.4BSD Lite from the University of California, Berkeley. It runs
on a large number of hardware platforms and is highly portable. It
comes with The X Window System, complete source code, and is
user-supported.

NetBSD is currently at release version 7.0

Files and directories:
NetBSD-archive		Older, unsupported releases, NetBSD 1.0 through 5.2
NetBSD-6.0		The NetBSD 6.0 release
NetBSD-6.0.1		The NetBSD 6.0.1 release
NetBSD-6.0.2		The NetBSD 6.0.2 release
NetBSD-6.0.3		The NetBSD 6.0.3 release
NetBSD-6.0.4		The NetBSD 6.0.4 release
NetBSD-6.0.5		The NetBSD 6.0.5 release
NetBSD-6.0.6		The NetBSD 6.0.6 release
NetBSD-6.1		The NetBSD 6.1 release
NetBSD-6.1.1		The NetBSD 6.1.1 release
NetBSD-6.1.2		The NetBSD 6.1.2 release
NetBSD-6.1.3		The NetBSD 6.1.3 release
NetBSD-6.1.4		The NetBSD 6.1.4 release
NetBSD-6.1.5		The NetBSD 6.1.5 release
NetBSD-7.0		The NetBSD 7.0 release
NetBSD-current		Daily snapshot of the NetBSD sources under development
NetBSD-release-6	Tri-weekly snapshot of the NetBSD 6 release branch
NetBSD-release-7	Tri-weekly snapshot of the NetBSD 7 release branch
README			This file
README.export-control	Please read this before exporting the sources
README.sup		Explanation of how to use 'sup' to track -current
arch			binary snapshots, typically of "current"
images			ISO/USB images of NetBSD releases
iso			The former home of the above ISO/USB images
misc			misc. stuff, mostly Usenix BOF slides
packages		Source and binary distributions of application software
security		Security advisories and patches
sup			Extra sup utilities