Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 23rd Oct 2005 10:22 UTC
PC-BSD "PC-BSD 0.8.3 was released today. This version offers some new visuals, new languages, as well as important bugfixes with systems that have had trouble booting after the install. The complete changelog is available here. Users running 0.8.2 may update to this version using the Online Update utility within the PC-BSD Config menu." Download here, release notes here.
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RE: Gnome and PBI
by Andrew Youll on Sun 23rd Oct 2005 15:12 UTC in reply to "Gnome and PBI"
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PC-BSD tools are QT not KDE, so are accessible via GNOME, atm PC-BSD tools do not support commandline flagging, so atm it would require re-writing the QT apps to work with GTK+, there are plans for flag support in commandline use so writing a frontend utilising those flags should be pretty rudimentary once they are implemented.

As for GNOME, I am working on a GNOME version of PC-BSD, which will address menu issues and such.

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