Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 12th Mar 2008 18:14 UTC, submitted by Flatland_Spider
PC-BSD PC-BSD 1.5 has been released. "System Updater tool: keeps system & PBIs up to date; sound detection program! Uses XML backend to identify and load modules; amd64 build of 1.5, including PBIs that are on our auto-build server; PBI icon preview library, now a PBI file shows the embedded icon on your desktop, not the generic 'PBI' format icon; Xorg 7.3; KDE 3.5.8; FreeBSD 6.3 Release."
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by gnemmi on Thu 13th Mar 2008 12:04 UTC
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I don't get how come PC-BSD doesn't have a LiveCD to actually try the thing out .. or at least I fail to find it :S

DesktopBSD does have a LiveCD (and a LiveDVD for that matter) and it's great to go carrying it around to show your friends and what not how friendly a BSD can be, how good it can do to replace their actual desktop (we are talking fully desktop oriented BSDs in this case after all) and what a good way to introduce themselves into the BSD world without going full steam with Open, Free, Dragonfly ...

my 2 cents I guess ...

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RE: LiveCD?
by Googol on Thu 13th Mar 2008 12:31 in reply to "LiveCD?"
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the reason is because you didn't take the time to make one ;) Still waiting for FreeSBIE 3.0 !!!!! (yeah, I didn't take the time to make it, either...)

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RE: LiveCD?
by Oliver on Thu 13th Mar 2008 15:17 in reply to "LiveCD?"
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You could use Frenzy or FreeSBIE, in the end it's all FreeBSD :-)

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RE[2]: LiveCD?
by Googol on Thu 13th Mar 2008 16:03 in reply to "RE: LiveCD?"
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Reading the Frenzy update, it cannot be a replacement for anything on the desktop - it seems they want to remove that functionality.

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