desktop installation

  1. christhegeek

    FreeBSD Install Guide For The Complete NOOB ! Install freebsd and the desktop of your choice easily !

    FreeBSD Install Guide For The Complete NOOB ! Install freebsd and the desktop of your choice easily !
  2. Mjölnir

    FreeBSD Kommunity Edition

    Let's just brainstorm... What would you expect a "FreeBSD Kommunity Edition" to be/offer? What would you like it to be/offer? Is there demand for such a thing? Would you like to see a *BSD Kommunity Edition? What is missing or should be better in base FreeBSD / in the KDE ports? Add your...
  3. alwindoss

    Unable to get Desktop Environment working

    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...
  4. B

    How to authorize an user non root

    I'm trying to install a desktop environment in one account that isn't root. But I can't. It says that the user doesn't appear in the "sudoers" file. Give me a moment and I'll give you the specific output.
  5. poorandunlucky

    (Required/Recommendable) Optional Installs Post-Install

    Hullo 0/ say... I just installed FreeBSD on my laptop (Dell Precision M6500 w/ ATI FirePro M7820) after many years just running it in Hyper-V, but mostly keeping in touch with my OpenWRT DNS server I keep running, and this is the first time I run it as my main OS since the KMS video...
  6. Rand0m

    Other is Cinnamon port borken on FreeBSD 11?

    I tried both install Cinnamon from as binary from the pkgs and build it from ports, added the rc exec cinnamon session in .xinitrc and enabled the dbus, hald and slim. Yet once I login it gives me a message cinnamon crashed and if I want to try again and keep crashing.. I am using the port...
  7. H

    It is time to say sorry

    Hello, in summer of last year I've started to work with FreeBSD, to get familiar with it. As a Linux user for a long time I've compared some things around documentation and I thought, that for example Arch Linux is much more well documented than FreeBSD and discussed it here. Some people here...