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  • Hello, CDE has not been ported to FreeBSD yet. You can make a port request at the PCBSD forums. Go to the Port Request section at : forums.pcbsd.org

    PC-BSD 9.1 Isotope Edition Installer

    Find out just how easy it is to install a brand-new copy of PC-BSD 9.1: Isotope Edition.

    Download PC-BSD and learn more at pcbsd.org
  • PC-BSD is Free and Open Source, just like FreeBSD on which it's based. This means it's free to download, free for personal use, free for modification and free for reuse. PC-BSD-original components are BSD-licensed, FreeBSD components are BSD-licensed, and some other system packages are licensed under other open source licenses (mostly GPL variants). The hardware compatibility list is the same as FreeBSD 9.1's, but it's not yet published. Users have reported some success with Thinkpads. Try it!

    PC-BSD 9.1 Control Panel Overview

    In this video, we take a general overview of the new control panel in PC-BSD 9.1. We explore new options for controlling window managers, visual settings, and some of PC-BSD's unique programs.

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  • It will if you don't select the correct partition. You'll want to carefully read through the section on Dual Booting first: wiki.pcbsd.org/index.php/Dual_Booting. Hope that helps!

    Introduction to PC-BSD 9 Isotope

    PC-BSD 9 Isotope Edition has arrived! In this video, see how to install it and learn about PC-BSD's unique features and what's new in Isotope Edition!
  • Thank you! Theoretically yes, and you're more than welcome to share your results. The new Warden in 9.1 supports 3 types of jails: traditional, ports, and Linux.

    PC-BSD 9: The Ports Jail

    PC-BSD features the "Ports Jail" - learn how to use it to install apps isolated from your system.

    Get PC-BSD at pcbsd.org or read the documentation at wiki.pcbsd.org.
  • You probably have UFS rather than ZFS volumes. In that case you would use the 'mkdir' command at the shell to create the needed directories, and disregard all the advice about quotas. Most of the rest of the setup is the same from there. If you need help, go to forums.freenas.org.

    FreeNAS 8.2.0 Plugins Part 1: Installing

    Learn how to configure the Plugins service and install a plugin in FreeNAS 8.2.0 p1. For more information, go to doc.freenas.org.
  • Welcome to the PC-BSD Community portal, where users from PC-BSD upload their videos that they wish to share with other with a hint of homage.

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