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Category Archives: DesktopBSD
Jan Stedehouder has almost finished his DesktopBSD – the first 30 days series and the following are his observations with regards to how PC-BSD and DesktopBSD compare: Today may be a good day to at least do a formal comparison … Continue reading
The Saigon Linux Group (SLG) added DesktopBSD to the Vietnam BSD/Linux Mirror. The Vietnam BSD/Linux Mirror is the only public mirror available in Vietnam to promote open source technology within Vietnam managed by the Saigon Linux Group with the bandwidth … Continue reading
DesktopBSD 1.6RC3 for AMD64 is now available for download via BitTorrent and from our mirror sites. It includes several improvements made since the release of 1.6RC3 for i386, including: Better performance by disabling SMP on single core/processor computers Fixed installation … Continue reading
The DesktopBSD project is now also providing weekly snapshots for i386 computers, in addition to the AMD64 snapshots. Like AMD64 snapshots, they are built every Saturday from the latest DesktopBSD Tools, the most recent FreeBSD 6-STABLE sources and an up-to-date … Continue reading
Jan Stedehouder has been reviewing PC-BSD for 30 days in September. Now (November) he’s using DesktopBSD for 30 days and writing about his experience on his blog: DesktopBSD Day 1 – Getting Started (part 1) DesktopBSD Day 1 – Getting … Continue reading
The release cycle of DesktopBSD is rather slow, since the developers spend a lot of time making sure the release is almost bug-free. For those who are always excited about trying the latest and greatest features, DBSD provides now weekly … Continue reading
DesktopBSD has now a (developer) blog at http://desktopbsd.net/blog/