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Category Archives: PC-BSD
Will Backman from BSDTalk has interviewed Kris Moore, PC-BSD founder, on the latest version of PBI (PC-BSD Push Button Installer). Listen to the interview here.
Jacob Luevano has created a great tutorial for Spanish speakers showing how to create PBIs (PC-BSD’s click-n-install packages). If your mother tongue is Spanish and you’ve been wanting to create PBIs, there’s no excuse any more. PC-BSD proporciona un sistema … Continue reading
We’re happy to announce the new version of pbiDir.com where you can download the point-n-click installation PBI packages for PC-BSD. The site now includes screen-shots of applications, comments, user logins and much, much more! Also announced on our PC-BSD blog.
Similar to my m0n0wall vs pfSense; similarities & differences post, I thought I’d also post a “PC-BSD vs DesktopBSD; similarities & differences” overview since I get so much trafic from people trying to find out what the similarities and differences … Continue reading
Kevin Miller used PC-BSD in one of his classes and got his students to use it too. Thanks for spreading the word, Kevin! Read Kevin’s “My Vietnamese Students used PC-BSD” account for details.
Version 4.0 of the PBI installation program has been released, which includes several new features: New wizard screen during installation, allows user to select a custom installation directory. Installer now displays disk space required for program, and available space on … Continue reading
2007 is over. It was a very successful year for open source software and another 12 interesting months have passed for FreeBSD. In this post I want to look back at 2007 and see how FreeBSD faired, what happened in … Continue reading