Yes, I did read up briefly earlier today. I might give a shot, just for the fun of it hehe. Thanks!Hehe.
Did you check out the thread that [USER=33252]Jose[/USER] pointed you towards in the "social" section? (easy to miss!)
Important notes: 1) Tested upon FreeBSD 12.2-RELEASE. Used Ubuntu-based linux compat instead of default CentOS one. 2) Sound, webcam, microphone, hardware acceleration all properly work. Widevine support too (Netflix, Spotify, Amazon Prime Video, HBO Max, etc). 3) The /home and /tmp directories...forums.freebsd.org
It does seem like there has been some good progress made using the Linux compat layer. Still completely unsupported by Netflix themselves of course but I guess that is fairly typical.
Hmm... that is what someone from the future would say...Ops... I meant 12.1.
I like this statement. Very true. It does bring back memories of years tinkering with *DOS and all the cool things learnt!Computers can be as fun 2020 as it was in 1990.
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