I understand that there is NanoBSD script that can be used to create a small BSD but that seems to be oriented more towards embedded systems. I am looking for a small, general purpose, desktop BSD having
2) classic VI editor
3) Geany( non VI users or any other notepad)
I am new to FreeBSD. I recently came across a desktop version for Free BSD 12.2 called Hello: Hello System
It is a "Desktop system for creators with focus on simplicity, elegance, and usability. Based on FreeBSD. Less, but better!"
Has anyone had success with this? I am trying to install it...
I took the chance of wiping out the Linux on my laptop and install FreeBSD I was able to install and even got my Wi-Fi network working. I don't regret my decision.
However, I am unable to get the gnome Desktop Environment to start. I followed the Handbook instructions.
Here is something that I...
When looking at how to tweak FreeBSD for desktop use, the most common tweak is this:
This, supposedly, does something with X Windows, allowing it to run more smoothly when CPU use is very high... or something like that...
My question is: What...