I see it it so many places and I just don’t understand why people have to try to make wars and that sort of thing out of which operating system to use. They all have their pluses and minuses and really in the end isn’t having multiple reasonable choices the best outcome? It’s great to have different options for different people who work differently. I just believe they all have their place.
DesktopBSD 1.6 was released yesterday. I’ve been using the RC versions for almost a year and couldn’t be happier. It has worked great for me except a few minor glitches which I was able to get figured out. It’s based on freebsd 6.3 and xorg 7.3. Using it has made it fun to use the computer again. It generally just works but there is plenty learn if you want. DesktopBSD download
I’m still using DesktopBSD and still pretty happy with it. Actually it makes using the computer a lot of fun again. It’s fun learning something new and fun remembering and relearning all the different things I remember reading about UNIX. The way things are done are just more interesting to me. The things I had read are coming back to me and making a bit more sense now. I wish I had done this 10 years ago.
I’ve had no updates in a bout a week because I’ve been busy installing and setting up DesktopBSD which is based on FreeBSD. I’ve also been reading through the FreeBSD handbook. The best FreeBSD handbook is the best documentation for an operating system I’ve ever read. I like this operating system. I’ve only used windows once this week and that was to check out something that was flash which is no big deal.