Battlefield 4 will release Fall 2013. The “Fishing in Baku” video is shot entirely in-game and is the first glimpse of the human, dramatic, and believable single player campaign in Battlefield 4. Available for pre-order now.
Japanese student Daiyuu Nobori released a free VPN service called VPN Gate to help internet users circumvent government firewalls and restriction of internet usage. According to Computerworld, the new VPN service has drawn 77,000 users within five days, serving four terabyte of data.
VPN Gate is using an open-source software package called SoftEther, which is made by Nobori as well.
The supported protocols for Windows are SoftEther (which is also recommended), L2TP/IPSec, OpenVPN and MS-SSTP.
For more information about the VPN Gate services, please check their website at www.vpngate.net.
Microsoft Hyper-V drivers have been added to allow CentOS to be more efficient as a Virtual Machine when installed on Microsoft Hyper-V server.
The samba4 libraries (provided by the samba4-libs package) have been upgraded to the latest upstream version to improve interoperability with Active Directory (AD) domains. If you upgrade from CentOS-6.3 to CentOS-6.4 and you have Samba in use, make sure to uninstall the samba4 package to avoid conflicts during the upgrade. samba4 is still – at least in part – considered a technology preview.
As announced in the CentOS-6.3 Release Notes matahari is now deprecated. CentOS-6.4 ships one last update that should remove all remains of matahari. To ensure all remains are erased run yum erase matahari* after updating to 6.4.
dev86, iasl, and qemu-guest-agent have been added to the i386 architecture.