Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 29th May 2006 22:14 UTC
PC-BSD "PC-BSD 1.1 was released today, along with a PBI update file for users running 1.0, who wish to update to 1.1. This release brings the core operating system up to the latest version of FreeBSD 6.1, adds better driver support to the kernel, and improves the speed on many systems." Update: Screenshots.
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"There are a few drawbacks: the flash support for FreeBSD is quite bad (it doesn't work for me since I upgraded to 6.1), there are no real 3D drivers. FreeBSD is not the right system for games and multimedia. "

Have you read anything about PC-BSD 1.1 release lately? There is 3D support and nVidia native binary driver in and I personally played Linux versions of Unreal Tournament 2004 and Quake 4 without problem.

ATI 3D works on my Radeon 9600Pro lightning fast and this is OSS DRI driver.

Flash 7 PBI is removed from pbidir cos Adobe sucks and they won't allow download their crap from other sites.


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