Thank you for suggest& -Re: Where is readme -downloading via FTP (aktiv,passiv,proxy ) for last version freebsd
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Thu Dec 22 03:13:14 UTC 2016
On Wed, 21 Dec 2016 17:21:52 +0100, swjatoslaw gerus wrote:
> Dear Sir
> Thank you for your suggest .Most important points ...
> 1. Zeitgeist belong to Gnome
At least to Gnome 3. You can probably go with MATE or Cinnamon
if you want to use a Gnome 2 environment. If "Zeitgeist" cannot
be removed from Gnome 3, it would probably be a no-go for me, too.
> 2. Gnome is deafault for Ubuntu and Solaris 11.3 ,not for Free BSD
> 3. Some split of Solaris develop KDE
That is possible.
> 4. Compiz - deafault for Ubuntu and Solaris
> 5. Author have no any demand for any DE (with ZG and without)
That's fine. :-)
> 6. Is it possible to run FreeBSD with window manager without
> DE ?
Definitely. I'm doing this for decades now. :-)
Refer to the online documentation and examples I have provided
in the previous message. Basically, all you need to do is install
the window manager you want (and there is plenty of choice), adjust
~/.xinitrc (or ~/.xsession if you're using a display manager),
and it's done. It is actually not hard. The documentation will
guide you through the process, so anything you need to do is
just to "read, think, act". No software will be forced upon you.
You just want a window manager? Try fvwm2. You don't like it?
Deinstall it, install WindowMaker. With the "pkg" tool, it's
easy. No manual downloading from the web, no handholding, no
You can probably find some more inspiration here:
> If yes ,author will try FreeBSD
It's definitely worth a try.
On the other hand, you could also try TrueOS (ex PC-BSD), which
is a desktop-oriented variation of FreeBSD; in fact, it's FreeBSD
plus additional software preinstalled and preconfigured.
It comes with an easy to use installer and is GUI based.
> In Hamburg Systemadministrator von Universität Studenten Caffe
> installieren für Autor 64-bit Ubuntu
> -ohne Erfolg ( tty arbeitsfähig) ,vielleicht er wird helfen
A university sysadmin should be able to install Ubuntu without
any problem. If there is a problem, he should be able to identify
it (for example, hardware not supported). But I can imagine that
troubleshooting with Ubuntu isn't as easy as with FreeBSD.
Hmmm... "shortage on professionals"... ;-)
> Oder versuchen ab Anfang reinforced Linux ?
FreeBSD isn't as popular as Linux, but it's definitely not inferior,
especially not because of the property of "usage share".
Happy FreeBSD user since 4.0
Andra moi ennepe, Mousa, ...
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