Patched vs Stable install images/iso
It looks like NetBSD is developing numerous versions of install images.
while netbsd-6-0 denotes the images as 'NetBSD-6.0.1_PATCH-amd64.iso'
I am assuming the 4.0 is a typo.
It seems these are backwards. If I wanted to try NetBSD 6.0 with security/critical fixes I would assume this to be stable. If I wanted new features the PATCH connotation seems more appropriate. But then again, I thought stable in FreeBSD meant "stable"
Any NetBSD guru's have any insight?
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