As many others I have a (long) list of projects. I don't need to make my desktop/laptop-install one of them.
Some time ago I started using PC-BSD and followed the ride - but now I'm homeless 😐
pfr Is there any specific reason you are trying to install FuryBSD/GhostBSD over FreeBSD? Are you looking for a live CD or just something a little more user friendly to install?
I'm looking for something user-friendly to install - it's okay with the usual shoehorn'ing to make it fit the hardware.
I'm not keen on a too big departure from vanilla FreeBSD, but it was nice with OpenRC and powerd++ on my laptop.
It's hard for me to estimate the time-consumption of installing my choice of WM with working wifi, suspend, trackpoint, graphics and so on...
Can you give a rough time-estimate and maybe point at some good articles - have Vermaden made some?
pfr My friends wouldn't have the faintest idea what a Distro is let alone a BSD. It sounds like the devs of this OS spend a bit to much time on reddit (guilty of that myself). But flexing?
As I wrote, they haven't convinced me...
...and I have seen that kind of attitude on the web, but not in "BSD-land", but I'll give them a fair chance when they have something.
pfr I suppose that might be considered fle..... Showing off.
My nerdiness is spread over too many topics to "flex" in most of them including BSD
So my 2 questions:
GhostBSD: Is it possible to upgrade from one major release to the next -or do you have to reinstall every time?
Installing WM on FreeBSD: Can someone give a rough time-estimate and maybe point me to some good articles?