Version 1.4 of NomadBSD, a persistent live system for USB flash drives based on FreeBSD and featuring a graphical user interface built around Openbox, has been released: “We are pleased to present the release of NomadBSD 1.4. Changes since 1.3.2: the base system has been upgraded to FreeBSD 12.2-p2; the installer has been improved; problems with booting the installed system via UEFI has been fixed; the suitable graphics card driver will now be installed and set up, instead of using the auto-detection on the installed system; automatic graphics driver detection has been improved and the menu has been removed; if no better graphics driver can be found, VESA or SCFB is used; auto-detection will now only run if the system configuration has changed since the last successful detection; touchpad support has been improved – if X.Org reports a problem with the touchpad, kern.evdev.rcpt_mask is automatically adjusted to use sysmouse.” See the release announcement for a complete changelog.
NomadBSD Overview & Installation;
nomadbsd-1.4.img.lzma (2,318MB, SHA256),
nomadbsd-1.4.i386.img.lzma (2,284MB, SHA256).