FreeBSD needs fresh Blood!
varga.michal at gmail.com
Wed Mar 9 21:13:30 UTC 2011
On Wed, 2011-03-09 at 22:27 +0200, George Liaskos wrote:
> > Martin wrote:
> >> I'll cleanup all the mess and commit all stuff to the xorg-dev repo. Maybe
> >> someone have intressing to test it.
> > but without any info where I can find xorg-dev repo,
> > How I can test new xorg, since I don't known where this repo is?
First hit points to it: http://wiki.freebsd.org/ModularXorg/7.5
Search term: https://duckduckgo.com/?q=xorg+dev+freebsd+repo&kp=-1&kl=wt-wt&ka=n&kt=n&kk=-1&ke=-1&ko=s&kj=w&kh=1&kn=1&kb=n&km=l&ku=1
> You can safely add gnome3,
Anyone could tell: http://www.marcuscom.com/
This one is a no brainer, as one could hardly be a FreeBSD Gnome user
and never hear of Marcus (+com). But in any case, it's even as much
simple as reading: http://www.FreeBSD.org/gnome/docs/develfaq.html#q3
So yes, it can't get any easier.
Already using a real browser, so honestly no idea about this. I'd say
simple search again should suffice, but I don't have a proper background
for it (like, a version or anything to start with so I would actually
know what I'm looking for).
> and virtualbox to the list :p
I'm a virtualbox user and agauin, the very first hit points me to a
tarball, so I guess that's a good start:
Search term: https://duckduckgo.com/?q=virtualbox+4+freebsd&kp=-1&kl=wt-wt&ka=n&kt=n&kk=-1&ke=-1&ko=s&kj=w&kh=1&kn=1&kb=n&km=l&ku=1
The point being, it's really not that hard if you just spare a minute
here or there looking things up, they're not exactly trying to hide
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