PC-BSD Evolves into TrueOS

Official announcement for all PC-BSD users.  Please take a moment and check out this article.

PC-BSD Evolves into TrueOS

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Written by Josh Smith. Posted in advocacy, new features

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Comments (2)

  • SyNko
    September 2, 2016 at 8:00 am |

    <3 , you rocks!! im so happy!!! already tested, runs flawlessy.

  • Robert
    September 3, 2016 at 7:41 pm |

    asus.comI’m sorry, but as a pure PC-BSD user I don’t really understand what this means. Will PC-BSD and FreeBSD fuse into one and the same? (sure, I know that the base in PC-BSD is FreeBSD)

    What will happen to PC-BSD? Will I be able to recognise it? And will I be able to keep on using the KDE desktop? I’ve tested Lumina, but I’m not sure if I agree with it.

    These are probably stupid questions, but I’ve poor knowledge on command lines in FreeBSD. I also actually liked when the updates started to come more rarely, like once a month, since every update makes me a little insecure like: “What will happen this time? Will it crash? Will I need to get newer hardware? Etc”.

    I get flashbacks to when I in May/June tried to install PC-BSD onto an older laptop and the GUI kept on crashing until I found out how to keep the FreeBSD base system on 10.2 and update PC-BSD to 10.3.
    You can read about the struggle here (post #14 and back)

    I just ordered a new mini laptop since my old one (Packard Bell DOT S 32 bit) can’t handle PC-BSD and I don’t want to use Windows anymore. I just hope it will work, its CPU is a little weak but I’ll replace the HDD for a SSD before I even try to install anything.

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