Gary Kline wrote:
Super! just offhand, can i install PCSD *over* thius FBSd
--7.1--? Keep /usr/home and so on? Or is PCBSD a
do-it-from-scratch? (I'm pretty much OS agnostic [[so long
as it's somethng like UNIX]], but here I know where things
live... With ubuntu, diff't story.)
Yes you can if your /usr/home is a separate partition (or on a separate
slice). I'm back to FreeBSD now but when using PCBSD I create a / and a
/usr/home. It works very well, I can do a whole fresh install on /
without touching the /usr/home partition. The installer lets you do this
(but back up first just in case). Then a bit of fiddling with fstab and
users and it is all go.
hm, not sure how much flash is used, really. i just avoid as
much of it as I can. if i can watch a public broadcasting
stream i usually KVM over to my Ubntu box. ....mmmm.
Hope the just-works PCBSD just-works here.
PCBSD has flash sorted out, you can watch youtube, news website embedded
video etc. Actually FreeBSD has flash sorted out as well...
I think they have done a very good job, I would say give it a try.
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