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Category Archives: GhostBSD
Whilst serving and checking out a few links today, I came across the following sites that you may be interested in too: I Daemon & Penguin oggcast. The latest podcast is about GhostBSD 2.0 which was released last week (Released: GhostBSD … Continue reading
Last week GhostBSD 2.0 was released GhostBSD is a free operating system based on FreeBSD that can either be installed or run as Live-CD. Its default graphical environment is GNOME and GhostBSD 2.0 is based on FreeBSD 8.2. The installer … Continue reading
The GhostBSD developers have released a new version of GhostBSD: GhostBSD 2.0 beta: This release is a Live CD with out an installer.The reason we do that is so we can offer out a working version to find bugs before … Continue reading
GhostBSD is a live CD aimed at improving the FreeBSD users’ GNOME desktop experience. GhostBSD is relatively young: version 1.0 was released in March 2010, 1.5 in July, and 2.0 is now in active development; Beta 2 is now available: We, … Continue reading
Continuing with the “2011″ series, let’s have a look today at the development planned for GhostBSD. Earlier posts can be found here: PC-BSD, pfSense, HeX Live, MaheshaBSD. GhostBSD is relatively new. This project started in 2010 and is being worked on by Eric … Continue reading
Below some links to news articles and blog posts relating to FreeBSD, it’s development, howto’s etc, and other interesting bits and bops connected with the FreeBSD operating system. 1. Automatic Install with FreeBSD 64-bit on RootBSD. All new RootBSD orders … Continue reading