The developers of Project Trident have released version 18.12-U7. Project Trident is a continuation of the Open Source FreeBSD based operating system TrueOS combined with the Lumina desktop environment. Notable changes are default post-install ZFS block size change, Indirect Branch Restricted Speculation control, radeon driver support in GPU loading, Lumina PDF viewer, playonbsd, among several others. You may download it here.
The developers of Project Trident have released version 18.12-U7. Project Trident is a continuation of the Open Source FreeBSD based operating system TrueOS combined with the Lumina desktop environment. Notable changes are default post-install ZFS block size change, Indirect Branch Restricted Speculation control, radeon driver support in GPU loading, Lumina PDF viewer, playonbsd, among several others. You may download it here.

Package update 7 for 18.12-RELEASE is now available.

Trident system changes of note:

The post-install default ZFS block size has been changed to 4KB (ashift=12). This is better for performance, but only impacts new ZFS datasets that are created after this change. No impact for current ZFS system layout.

The “Indirect Branch Restricted Speculation” system control has now been enabled for all Project Trident systems. This should ensure a higher level of security.

This can be disabled once again on individual systems by placing an override into the “/etc/sysctl.conf” conf on your local system.

The legacy “radeon” driver is now supported in the Project Trident automatic GPU loading system. This will ensure that the proper kernel module(s) are loaded if that driver is setup to be used./The post-install default ZFS block size has been changed to 4KB (ashift=12). This is better for performance, but only impacts new ZFS datasets that are created after this change. No impact for current ZFS system layout.

The “Indirect Branch Restricted Speculation” system control has now been enabled for all Project Trident systems. This should ensure a higher level of security.

This can be disabled once again on individual systems by placing an override into the “/etc/sysctl.conf” conf on your local system.

The legacy “radeon” driver is now supported in the Project Trident automatic GPU loading system. This will ensure that the proper kernel module(s) are loaded if that driver is setup to be used.


Official announcement:https://project-trident.org/post/2019-03-11_18.12-u7_available/