Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 11th Oct 2005 20:33 UTC, submitted by dadexter
BSD and Darwin derivatives "Overall - DesktopBSD is a pleasure to run and a breeze to install. It is an excellent choice for a new BSD user, a not terribly sophisticated computer user, or an old salt who just wants a good, solid, reliable desktop that won't take days to install and weeks to configure and just wants to get on with it."
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Then maybe running FreeBSD itself would be "better" for you... I don't know if you've noticed, but this thing is basically FreeBSD with a nice little installer, so enabling the services you require would be done in the same manner as you would do it on the "real thing".

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But I am proposing that the packages already be installed with the base system and only if they are activated will they run.

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