Sabeeh Baig wrote:
So, I've been wondering about something. FreeBSD is a general purpose
operating system, even though it has historically only heavily been used on
servers. Why is it that FreeBSD doesn't provide a desktop installation,
something similar to say Debian's option of "Standard Desktop"? For those
who need it, it'd be great.
Aloha Manolis Desk Top with XFCE works!
Have a look at Manolis Kiagias work at
I run it on a HP MIni from a San Disk.
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