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I'm pleased to announce the first release of the x86/FreeBSD port of jcBENCH. A few notes on this port, that I thought would be interesting:

1. At least with FreeBSD 10.0, you need to use clang++ instead of g++.
2. With FreeBSD in Hyper-V I needed to switch to utilizing the Legacy Network Adapter.

You can download the 0.8.755.0504 release here.
[bash] jcBENCH 0.8.755.0505(x86/FreeBSD Edition) (C) 2012-2014 Jarred Capellman CPU Information --------------------- Manufacturer: AuthenticAMD Model: AMD Phenom(tm) II X2 545 Processor Count: 2x1517mhz Architecture: amd64 --------------------- Running Benchmark.... Integer: 14.877 seconds Floating Point: 17.5544 seconds [/bash] I'm hoping to have the x86-Linux release later this week.