January 7, 2006
Building Binary PC-BSD Packages
FreeBSD is starting to make waves in the desktop arena, and not just as the Darwin core of the popular Mac OS X operating system. Several FreeBSD-based desktop projects have emerged in the past few years and have matured to the point where a nontechnical user can easily install a system fully configured for sound, a network, and applications. In addition to ease of use, benefits include no cost, the BSD license, and the stability and security inherent in FreeBSD.