Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 12th May 2006 13:49 UTC, submitted by Mediv
PC-BSD For those who want an easy-to-configure and easy-to-install FreeBSD desktop system, Dru Lavigne demonstrates the features of PC-BSD and DesktopBSD. This first article is about PC-BSD. "If you haven't had a chance to try out PC-BSD, take some time to install and poke about this user-friendly operating system. If you're looking for a free and stable operating system for friends or family, burn them an ISO and have them give it a test drive."
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nice
by netpython on Fri 12th May 2006 16:24 UTC
netpython
Member since:
2005-07-06

Both PCBSD and DesktopBSD are very nice,though i prefer to run the real deal FreeBSD6.1 together with gentoo linux.Once spoiled with "emerge" and "portupgrade" anything else makes me feel naked :-)

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RE: nice
by happycamper on Sun 14th May 2006 02:33 in reply to "nice"
happycamper Member since:
2006-01-01

reading your comment reminded me i had to try out gentoo.
i have tried both pcbsd and desktopbsd i like them both more then linux that's why i will try out gentoo i might like it and finally settle on a linux distro alone with the bsds os
i'm running. well, back to the topic, like i was saying i tried both and i like them. i would like to see/read business depolying freebsd onto their servers and pcbsd and desktopbsd onto their clients something like that.

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