Here’s a roundup of BSD related posts for the month of September, ranging from partnerships, BSD on various hardware, security, questions and discussions as usual from users around the world.

FreeBSD 12.0-RELEASE on the Lenovo Thinkpad T480 via David Schlachter

Linux, Solaris, and FreeBSD driver 435.21 [short-lived branch release] via NVIDIA

OPNsense® Partners With Sunny Valley Networks to Provide Next Generation Firewall Features on Its Platform via CISION

FreeBSD is UP and running on the U.S. Government Furnished Equipment (GFE) 64-bit RISC-V cores. GFE cores are synthesized on the $7000 Xilinx VCU118 unit. Soon all the voting machines in U.S. will be powered by FreeBSD/RISC-V. from programming

simPRO via FreeBSD Foundation

FreeBSD : webkit2-gtk3 — Multiple vulnerabilities (e45c3669-caf2-11e9-851a-dcf3aaa3f3ff) via Tenable

FreeBSD : mozilla — multiple vulnerabilities (05463e0a-abd3-4fa4-bd5f-cd5ed132d4c6) via Tenable

Why is FreeBSD used in a lot of routers instead of Linux? via Quora

FreeBSD core team appoints a WG to explore transitioning from Subversion to Git from programming

Taking the BSD plunge, have a few questions from freebsd