git: decb0e166a - main - 14.0 relnotes: cleanups

From: Mike Karels <>
Date: Mon, 20 Nov 2023 03:15:12 UTC
The branch main has been updated by karels:


commit decb0e166aabd2b308fe181a50fcc88b0ca4c199
Author:     Mike Karels <>
AuthorDate: 2023-11-20 03:14:51 +0000
Commit:     Mike Karels <>
CommitDate: 2023-11-20 03:14:51 +0000

    14.0 relnotes: cleanups
    - Add "14.0" section heading after 13.1/13.2 section, clarifying which
      changes are in which release.
    - Move igc into 13.1/13.2 section.
    - Remove redundant PIE item, now that it is in 13.1/13.2 section,
      but keep "sponsored by".
    - Move MANA into cloud section.
    Differential Revision:
 website/content/en/releases/14.0R/relnotes.adoc | 25 ++++++++++++-------------
 1 file changed, 12 insertions(+), 13 deletions(-)

diff --git a/website/content/en/releases/14.0R/relnotes.adoc b/website/content/en/releases/14.0R/relnotes.adoc
index bcc5bff984..92ebd29d80 100644
--- a/website/content/en/releases/14.0R/relnotes.adoc
+++ b/website/content/en/releases/14.0R/relnotes.adoc
@@ -129,12 +129,13 @@ This section lists the various Security Advisories and Errata Notices since {rel
 == Significant changes merged into FreeBSD 13.1 and FreeBSD 13.2
 FreeBSD 14.0 includes over two and a half years of development since the release of FreeBSD 13.0.
 Some of this work was cherry-picked into older development branches, and was included in FreeBSD 13 minor releases.
 For 64-bit architectures, the base system is built with Position Independent Executable (PIE) support enabled by default.
 It may be disabled using the `WITHOUT_PIE` knob.
+gitref:9a227a2fd642[repository=src] (Sponsored by Stormshield)
 There is a new `zfskeys` man:rc[8] service script, which allows for automatic decryption of ZFS datasets encrypted with ZFS native encryption during boot.
 The `zfskeys` startup script supports autoloading of keys stored on ZFS.
@@ -155,6 +156,9 @@ FIDO/U2F support is described in[https:/
 (Sponsored by The FreeBSD Foundation)
+The man:igc[4] driver for the Intel I225 Ethernet controller has been added, supporting 2.5 Gbps operation.
+gitref:517904de5cca[repository=src] (Sponsored by Rubicon Communications, LLC ("Netgate"))
 The man:mgb[4] network interface driver has been added, with support for Microchip devices LAN7430 PCIe Gigabit Ethernet controller with PHY and LAN7431 PCIe Gigabit Ethernet controller with RGMII interface.
 The driver has a number of caveats and limitations, but is functional.
@@ -258,6 +262,9 @@ The man:fsck_msdosfs[8] utility includes a variety of enhancements, including re
+== Changes in {releaseCurrent}
 == Userland
@@ -387,10 +394,6 @@ gitref:fe52b7f60ef4[repository=src] (Sponsored by The FreeBSD Foundation)
 Compressed debug sections in binaries are enabled by default on little-endian targets.
 gitref:47363e99d3d3[repository=src] (Sponsored by The FreeBSD Foundation)
-//XXX this was in 13.1; remove/place in MERGED section?
-Binaries for 64-bit architectures are now built with Position Independent Executables (PIE) enabled.
-gitref:9a227a2fd642[repository=src] (Sponsored by Stormshield)
 //XXX This belongs in a "build" section, maybe with the preceding 3 items.
 Configuration has been added to produce armv7 distribution sets, which can be useful in building jails on arm64.
@@ -503,7 +506,10 @@ Both UFS and experimental ZFS images are available.
 Gen2 VMs are now supported.
 (Sponsored by The FreeBSD Foundation) (Sponsored by Microsoft)
-The Google Virtual NIC (man:gve[4]) is now supported.
+The Microsoft Azure Network Adapter (MANA) VF (virtual function) is now supported.
+gitref:ce110ea12fce[repository=src] (Sponsored by Microsoft)
+The Google Virtual NIC (man:gve[4]) is now supported.
 gitref:54dfc97b0bd9[repository=src] (Sponsored by Google)
@@ -620,10 +626,6 @@ gitref:1459a22787ea[repository=src] gitref:59191f3573f6[repository=src] (Sponsor
 A fix has been implemented for frame buffer addressing that affects frame buffers mapped above 4 GB physical on i386 and Book-E powerpc.
-//XXX this was in 13.2; remove/place in MERGED section?
-The man:igc[4] driver for the Intel I225 Ethernet controller is included, supporting 2.5 Gbps operation.
-gitref:517904de5cca[repository=src] (Sponsored by Rubicon Communications, LLC ("Netgate"))
 The man:iwlwifi[4] driver for Intel wireless interfaces has been updated to the latest version, supporting chipsets up to WiFi 6E AX411/AX211/AX210, and with preparations for upcoming BX and SC chipsets.
 (Sponsored by The FreeBSD Foundation)
@@ -635,9 +637,6 @@ gitref:6c69c6bb4c7f[repository=src] (Sponsored by Juniper Networks, Inc.) (Spons
 There have been stability fixes and enhancements to the KPI to support Linux device drivers, along with the net80211 layer for wireless drivers.
 (Sponsored by The FreeBSD Foundation)
-The Microsoft Azure Network Adapter (MANA) VF (virtual function) is now supported.
-gitref:ce110ea12fce[repository=src] (Sponsored by Microsoft)
 NVMe disks are now `nda` devices by default, for example `nda0`; see man:nda[4].
 Symbolic links for the previous man:nvd[4] device names are created in [.filename]#/dev#.
 However, configuration such as man:fstab[5] should be updated to refer to the new device names.