IÂ´m just wondering what your reaction would be if someone made one? One that is similar to Ubuntu. We already have PCBSD but that is with KDE.
There are far more than 2 desktop versons of FreeBSD but people in U.S. and Western Europe chose to ignore others.vermaden said:Unfortunnely the all the two desktop versions of FreeBSD are KDE/QT based, but you can add GNOME PBI @ PCBSD or just do pkg_add -r gnome2 to get it.
Well, back in the dim and distant 20th century, when I first dishcovah'd FreeBSD, Debian was working on a FreeBSD kernel + Debian linux userland distro of their own. Good to see it's still almost alpha quality over a decade later.
I used that how-to:rhyous said:Yeah...I just ran across it a while ago and thought I would check it out. I guess the project started about a decade ago and then was killed but has recently started back up.
I downloaded the ISO and tried to install it on a virtual machine using VMWare Workstation 6.5 but it didn't work. So I would have to say it isn't alpha yet either.
Also, I guess i made the assumption that because Ubuntu prefers GNOME that GNU/kFreeBSD would too, but I guess that isn't necessarily true.