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 to hell with pcbsd

 
 by tw1ggz on: Apr 24 2010
 
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pcbsd is just crap...it just gets worse with every release they come out with. It runs slower than a one legged somalian child trying to chase the ice cream man uphill on a intel E3500 core2duo with 2gb of ddr2 and a 256mb nvidia fx5500 (all of which are well above their recommended requirements). It also runs like crap on an intel dual core celeron E1500 with 2gb ram and intel gma3100 onboard graphics. What the hell are they doing to freebsd? Not only are you basically stuck using their pbis that pretty much suck (for instance, the xchat pbi doesnt have the ability to run perl, python, ruby or any other type of scripts) ...sure, you can build your own ports using that insane "runports" crap that basically means you have to compile a completely different xorg and everything else that xchat depends on just to use your own ports! I remember when pcbsd first came out, installing your own ports was no problem and it ran alot better than it does now...and back then I used it on a 500mhz compaq armada m300 laptop with 128mb ram (ancient laptop). Its very sad that Peter is no longer developing the desktopbsd project...I would gladly join a team that would be willing to pick up where he left off. pcbsd is just an outright disgrace to freebsd imo.


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 Re: to hell with pcbsd

 
 by vermaden on: Apr 24 2010
 
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Its not because of FreeBSD but because of that overbloated KDE 4.x mate, select Fluxbox in login screen and You will se how fast it is.


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 Re: Re: to hell with pcbsd

 
 by tw1ggz on: Apr 25 2010
 
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Youre joking right? LOL, that has nothing to do with the fact that vanilla freebsd 8 running kde4 runs like a bat out of hell compared to pcbsds kde4. Besides, Im an openbox sort of fellow anyway.


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 Re: Re: Re: to hell with pcbsd

 
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Youre joking right? LOL, that has nothing to do with the fact that vanilla freebsd 8 running kde4 runs like a bat out of hell compared to pcbsds kde4. Besides, Im an openbox sort of fellow anyway.

I only used KDE4 on PC-BSD, havent tried KDE4 on vanilla FreeBSD since I do not use it, I only downloaded PC-BSD to see 'how things are' ... and they are not as good as they advertise unfortunately.

Its interesting what is 'creating' this slowness in PC-BSD.

I personally also run Openbox on FreeBSD after moving away from pekwm/fluxbox.


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 to hell with pcbsd

 
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pcbsd is just crap...it just gets worse with every release they come out with. It runs slower than a one legged somalian child trying to chase the ice cream man uphill on a intel E3500 core2duo with 2gb of ddr2 and a 256mb nvidia fx5500 (all of which are well above their recommended requirements). It also runs like crap on an intel dual core celeron E1500 with 2gb ram and intel gma3100 onboard graphics. What the hell are they doing to freebsd? Not only are you basically stuck using their pbis that pretty much suck (for instance, the xchat pbi doesnt have the ability to run perl, python, ruby or any other type of scripts) ...sure, you can build your own ports using that insane "runports" crap that basically means you have to compile a completely different xorg and everything else that xchat depends on just to use your own ports! I remember when pcbsd first came out, installing your own ports was no problem and it ran alot better than it does now...and back then I used it on a 500mhz compaq armada m300 laptop with 128mb ram (ancient laptop). Its very sad that Peter is no longer developing the desktopbsd project...I would gladly join a team that would be willing to pick up where he left off. pcbsd is just an outright disgrace to freebsd imo.


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 good news!

 
 by tw1ggz on: Jun 1 2010
 
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The DesktopBSD project is being picked up by a couple of Germans! Thats great news, now theres will continue to be another option for new FreeBSD users rather than that crap PC-BSD project.


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 Re: good news!

 
 by vermaden on: Jun 1 2010
 
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... but it still uses KDE :/ :p


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 Re: Re: good news!

 
 by sleepynate on: Jun 1 2010
 
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perfect motivation to get people to upgrade to FreeBSD :)


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 Re: Re: Re: good news!

 
 by tw1ggz on: Jun 3 2010
 
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Since DesktopBSD _is_ FreeBSD with not much more than all of the desktop stuff set up for you already, theres no need to "upgrade" to FreeBSD, you can pkg_delete -af && cd /usr/local && rm -Rf * and start all over just like a normal FreeBSD machine once you get used to how FreeBSD works.


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 Project Idea.

 
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Id like to start a project using FreeBSD as a base, with a minimal openbox/tint2 or lxpanel panel desktop,and only gtk2 apps. Sort of like crunchbang linux only in FreeBSD. What do you guys think? I know Im sick of every FreeBSD based project out there being KDE based. KDE is bloatware and imo its ugly.


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 Re: Project Idea.

 
 by vermaden on: Aug 4 2010
 
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I am already using very similar setup, just without tint or any other additional taskbar, here: http://vermaden.deviantart.com/gallery/#/d2dmuqw

Works like a charm ;)


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 what is need for eyeos2 ?

 
 by denky on: Aug 22 2010
 
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Can some tell me what is need to check in php-extensions to install eyeos2? I have apache22, php5 and mysql, has anyone try to run eyeos on freebsd?


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