PC-BSD : A user friendly BSD flavor geared for the desktop

Posted by VISITOR on Feb 4, 2006 11:52 AM EDT
All about Linux; By Ravi
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A common complaint about FreeBSD when compared to Linux is the relative difficulty in installing it by an ordinary user. Here is a flavour of BSD which is geared for the desktop and is designed to be installed and used by an ordinary user.

As the name indicates, PC-BSD is a BSD variant and is based on FreeBSD. The aim of the developers of PC-BSD is to make it more user friendly and fit for the desktop. Where as FreeBSD is first and foremost a server operating system, PC-BSD is packaged to bring the legendary stability and security of FreeBSD to the desktop.

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