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Category Archives: GhostBSD
GhostBSD 1.5 Beta is out. Notable additions are Compiz, Cups and it seems to include the PC-BSD backend installer (PC-Sysinstall (vid)). pc-sysinstall is the best FreeBSD installer around, so no wonder it’s included ;-) Announcement and download link: GhostBSD 1.5 Beta
Distrowatch has an interview with Eric Turgeon, GhostBSD‘s founder, and a review of this FreeBSD/Gnome based desktop operating system. “The PC-BSD project brings a user-friendly pre-configured KDE desktop to the FreeBSD community. Which is all well and good, but what … Continue reading
GhostBSD 1.0 (AMD64) has been released. It i’s based on FreeBSD-8-amd64-stable and runs Gnome 2.28.2. I’ve not tried it yet. Has anyone else? What do you think? Links www.ghostbsd.org | Download
Eric Turgeon has announced that GhostBSD 1.0 will be released next week, and will have FreeBSD 8.0 as its base. The release will feature the new green theme. Green is not really my colour, and the same applies to Ubuntu’s … Continue reading
The GhostBSD Team have released an updated BETA (Live DVD) with in installer. GhostBSD is a Gnome based FreeBSD Live DVD (not maintained by the official FreeBSD project) I have finish a GhostBSD live DVD with an installer on it. … Continue reading