Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 10th Apr 2009 15:43 UTC, submitted by Alexander Yerenkow
PC-BSD PC-BSD, the desktop-oriented FreeBSD variant, has released version 7.1, dubbed Galileo. In case you don't know, PC-BSD is a FreeBSD distribution with lots of customisations focussed on the desktop user. Its most defining features is the Push Button Installer, a self-contained package format with handy installers/uninstallers. PC-BSD 7.1 comes loaded with changes and updates.
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RE[3]: Comment by BluenoseJake
by AbuHassan on Fri 10th Apr 2009 22:01 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Comment by BluenoseJake"
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I have always preferred apt based systems too Jake, but the URPMI system in Mandriva is actually rather good.

I've been playing with Mandriva 2009.1 for a few days now and I have to say I am very impressed with it.

I think Mandrake 7(??) was the last time I used it back in 2001. It has improved a great deal since then.

URPMI beats YUM hands down and is very close to the standard set by APT.

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