On Wed, Apr 29, 2009 at 09:56:00AM -0300, Sergio de Almeida Lenzi wrote: > hello.... > > Well, after all that said, I would like to post my > modest oppinion based in experience from the market.. > > 1) The people who use FreeBSD, or other OS, (the end user) > will never install the OS, the person will turn on the machine > and expects an graphical interface appears in the secreen. > > 2) the Interface should be as simple as possible, but powerfull > enought to fullfill their needs, that is text, email, browsing, > some banking, multimedia (this must be powerfulll...), chatting. > some dvd authoriting, P2P. should access WIFI networks easy too
I don't think you understand how FreeBSD is used in most circumstances. As a server, these things would mostly be quite undesirable and an annoyance to have to remove - more of an annoyance than installing then from ports. ////jerry > > 3) the "computer" (computer is the term used by the USER) should > NEVER break, stop working.... That is: the computer (and the Operating > system) should act as the TV set... (remember those old times when the TV set > used to break???) you turn it on, and it works... > > 4) For those who install the OS in the computer, (some 1 in 10.000) people.... > should make it fast and dirty.... I make an installer that install FBSD in > 10 minutes > with all the gnome, office, multimedia, with only one <enter> of the > keyboard... > using ZFS, the system never breaks, is ready to use in 20 seconds... FBSD is > installed > in more than 1000 machines running in gas stations... here... > > 5) A beautifull installer is good for the newspaper that publishes a "review" > of > the Operating system (they must publish something to "sell" to ...save their > job..), > Have you ever heard about a "Leopard" installer??? do you know someone who > reinstalled "Leopard"?????? > > 6) I also think that there must be an "fast and dirty" FBSD install. in the > distribution > a CD (or DVD) that you put in the machine, it asks where to install and a > prompt choosing YES or NO... > the installer formats the disk(partition), do a tar of the FBSD image, with > an login of "admin" prompts for > a password, and dumps the os image in the disk using journal or ZFS... > (90% of the machines I installed FBSD have 1GB of memory, 80GB of HD and HDA > sound, > INTEL,ATI,VIA graphics board... only 4 brands of NIC). > > 7) I showed FBSD to an "expert" windows guy, and he think it is far more easy > to install than > the XP he was using.... besides, it is LEGAL!!! > > Thanks for the Attention, > > Sergio > > _______________________________________________ > email@example.com mailing list > http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions > To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-questions-unsubscr...@freebsd.org" _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-questions-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"