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ArchBSD - atbd - 10-05-2015

Hey
I just discovered this BSD and wonder if there is any user of it in here ?
It seems to be quite rare and unknown.


RE: ArchBSD - jmbi - 10-05-2015

(10-05-2015, 03:32 PM)atbd Wrote: Hey
I just discovered this BSD and wonder if there is any user of it in here ?
It seems to be quite rare and unknown.

One of our users actually made it (Amzo), I've seen that it is still maintained but I don't know anyone around here who uses it.


RE: ArchBSD - October - 10-05-2015

Never heard of it.


RE: ArchBSD - Wildefyr - 11-05-2015

It's a pretty small project.. If I had more experience with BSD I might actually contribute to it as I <3 pacman.


RE: ArchBSD - neeasade - 11-05-2015

(11-05-2015, 12:00 AM)Wildefyr Wrote: It's a pretty small project.. If I had more experience with BSD I might actually contribute to it as I <3 pacman.

:)
https://github.com/icy/pacapt


RE: ArchBSD - jobss - 12-05-2015

I always wanted to install ArchBSD but never got around to it. And I had no idea that the creator was a former member of Nixers.


RE: ArchBSD - Webtm - 12-05-2015

I've looked into it. I've also looked into just FreeBSD, and there is no support for RTL8118CE. Which is the deal breaker for me.


RE: ArchBSD - atbd - 13-05-2015

(10-05-2015, 09:00 PM)jmbi Wrote: One of our users actually made it (Amzo), I've seen that it is still maintained but I don't know anyone around here who uses it.

Good to know.

I'll give it a try in a VM. Just for fun, I'm curious :)


RE: ArchBSD - vypr - 14-05-2015

I'm not sure if the actual OS is being maintained, but packages are added/updated everyday. Use at your own risk, documentation is scarce (IIRC).


RE: ArchBSD - atbd - 17-05-2015

For now I just have fun in some VM with few OS ;)
Staying in Arch stuff, I'd like to try ArchHurd but it seems pretty dead to me ...