FreeBSD 7.1 Content
phill at sysctl.net
Wed Sep 3 22:09:17 UTC 2008
I second that FreeBSD is a server OS, but do sympathize with what Dan has
mentioned. Opening new audiences of course starts with a quick install on
a desktop or laptop.
An easy answer would be to put the web-browser and such the first disk, but
I don't think it would solve anything. If it kept with those, FreeBSD would
find itself just moving towards the same work being done at PC-BSD, wouldn't
On Wed, Sep 3, 2008 at 2:27 PM, Kevin <k at kevinkevin.com> wrote:
> > The Ubuntu install is very compelling. I am just wishing that FreeBSD
> > was AS compelling in its first install experience. At present it is
> > far, far behind.
> > That does not stop ME from preferring FreeBSD, but it stops many other
> > people.
> FreeBSD is primarily a server oriented operating system, while ubuntu is
> geared (from a development and design perspective) towards the desktop
> This is the primary reason why you are experiencing this.
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