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Category Archives: PC-BSD
BSDTalk has a 12 minutes interview with Kris Moore (BSDTalk225) about PC-BSD, recorded at BSDCan 2013. Listen to the podcast as MP3 or OGG. Previous interviews with Kris Moore can be found here: bsdtalk216 – PC-BSD with Kris Moore bsdtalk201 – PC-BSD 9 Alpha with Kris Moore bsdtalk174 – … Continue reading
IT World has identified 7 open source projects that are friendly to the first-time contributor to get their teeth in. Apart from LibreOffice, PostgreSQL and Ubuntu, IT World also shortlists PC-BSD: “If Ubuntu sounds interesting, but you want something a little … Continue reading
The PC-BSD Project has announced the details on how to access their new PKGNG repository, for PC-BSD and FreeBSD 9.1-Release systems. “This package repository is frequently updated, usually bi-weekly, with the latest and greatest from the FreeBSD ports tree. We … Continue reading
Kris has announced the availability of the first rolling release upgrade for PC-BSD 9.1 on the testing mailing list. Check the post for instructions on how to upgrade and to report any bugs you may find.
Kris, lead developer of the PC-BSD project, mentioned a couple of weeks ago (http://goo.gl/Atzu5) that he was planning a rolling release for PC-BSD. Generally this was well received within the PC-BSD community. Kris has now uploaded a first ISO to test … Continue reading
With EasyPBI 2.0 now available in the FreeBSD ports tree and as a PBI in the PC-BSD AppCafe, Ken, the creator of EasyPBI, has highlighted some of the new features in EasyPBI 2.0, and why you should want to start using … Continue reading
Kris Moore has laid out his plans for the future of PC-BSD, especially around PC-BSD moving to rolling releases. First of all, I want to let you know, that I’ve personally not been satisfied with the frequency of PC-BSD releases … Continue reading
Distrowatch has favourable review of recently released PC-BSD 9.1: …”Nothing is perfect and PC-BSD does have an Achilles’ heel, specifically hardware compatibility. As much as I enjoyed the polish and the features and the wonderful ease of use, I suspect … Continue reading