Gnome 3 on OpenBSD 5.2

Posted by slacker_mike on Feb 2, 2013 1:09 PM EDT; By Michael Dexter
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The best Gnome 3 experience on BSD can be found where you'd least expect it. It is no secret that I am becoming quite fond of PC-BSD: it is stabilizing nicely and offers a feature-rich BSD at one end and an amazing selection of window managers at the other. One thing it's missing however is Gnome 3. Love it or hate it, Gnome 3 is boldly exploring "modern" desktop territory with the Gnome Shell which aggressively provides both elegant eye candy and swift navigation. Surprisingly, the best place to experience Gnome 3 on BSD is perhaps where you would least expect it: OpenBSD

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