Linked by Andrew Youll on Sun 14th Aug 2005 15:23 UTC, submitted by Michael David
PC-BSD This is the 4th installment of a series of guides to configuring and installing PC-BSD. The past 3 parts can be found here. In this part of the guide they cover installing Amarok, Limewire, Azureus and Streamtuner.
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re:Too much hassle
by Anonymous on Sun 14th Aug 2005 16:21 UTC
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Well it's a step in the right direction.And not a small one.Compared to native FreeBSD PC-BSD is very easy to operate when regarding the install of packages.

BSD people keep saying that they have a great handbook, but I could not find basic information on how to change my default gateway on it, google helped here too.

Well maybe you could write some doc's?:-)

I hope future realeases will be more "everything you need out of the box style" just like Mepis or other distros. Otherwise I see no newbies using PCBSD in near future...

I think it's all a matter of how you define newbie and the referential fit.I see PC-BSD as a attractive alternative for some linux distros.Maybe to as an addition for win people who are not afraid for new points of views and are willing (capable) to learn.

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