Apr 082018
 

There is a new build of SoloBSD 11.1-STABLE-0408 based on the latest HardenedBSD stable branch version v1100055.1.

Changelog v1100055.1

Packages:

  • cpdup
  • dmidecode
  • e2fsprogs
  • ipmitool
  • nano
  • rsync
  • smartmontools
  • tmux
  • htop
  • mksh
  • ksh93
  • oksh

Now with heal-harddrive.sh script included from Martin Sugioarto. Check Instructions of use.

WARNING:

Be aware that running it on a drive containing a filesystem will DESTROY data, metadata and perhaps even the entire filesystem.
MAKE SURE YOU HAVE BACKUPS!

You can grab it from Here. (163 Mb)

root password: solobsd

Mar 112018
 

There is a new build of SoloBSD 11.1-STABLE-0310 based on the latest HardenedBSD stable branch version v1100055. I’ve changed the default shell to oksh.

Changelog v1100055

Packages:

  • cpdup
  • dmidecode
  • e2fsprogs
  • ipmitool
  • nano
  • rsync
  • smartmontools
  • tmux
  • htop
  • mksh
  • ksh93
  • oksh

Now with heal-harddrive.sh script included from Martin Sugioarto. Check Instructions of use.

WARNING:

Be aware that running it on a drive containing a filesystem will DESTROY data, metadata and perhaps even the entire filesystem.
MAKE SURE YOU HAVE BACKUPS!

You can grab it from Here. (161.7 Mb)

root password: solobsd

Dec 152017
 

There is a new build of SoloBSD 11.1-STABLE-12.17 based on the latest HardenedBSD stable branch version v1100054

Changelog v1100054.2

Packages:

  • cpdup
  • dmidecode
  • e2fsprogs
  • ipmitool
  • nano
  • rsync
  • smartmontools
  • tmux
  • htop
  • mksh
  • ksh93

Now with heal-harddrive.sh script included from Martin Sugioarto. Check Instructions of use.

WARNING:

Be aware that running it on a drive containing a filesystem will DESTROY data, metadata and perhaps even the entire filesystem.
MAKE SURE YOU HAVE BACKUPS!

You can grab it from Here. (160.2 Mb)

root password: solobsd

Nov 222017
 

There is a new build of SoloBSD 11.1-STABLE based on the latest HardenedBSD stable branch version v1100054

Changelog v1100054

Packages:

  • cpdup
  • dmidecode
  • e2fsprogs
  • ipmitool
  • nano
  • rsync
  • smartmontools
  • tmux
  • htop
  • mksh
  • ksh93

Now with heal-harddrive.sh script included from Martin Sugioarto. Check Instructions of use.

WARNING:

Be aware that running it on a drive containing a filesystem will DESTROY data, metadata and perhaps even the entire filesystem.
MAKE SURE YOU HAVE BACKUPS!

You can grab it from Here. (160.3 Mb)

root password: solobsd