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FreeBSD to Knoppix, Eat my Shorts (Or meet FreeSBIE)

Utterly cool. I really like Knoppix. It’s a great way to show Linux without destroying computers. But this is better since I’m a BSD person.


The FreeSBIE project is proud to announce the release of
FreeSBIE-1.0-i386.iso

FreeSBIE is a bootable CD with the FreeBSD operating system and a collection
of software to address the needs of an etherogeneus public.

FreeSBIE-1.0 is based on FreeBSD 5.2.1 for the ia32 platform, and has a
hardware recognition system which lets it find automagically all the
peripherals supported on FreeBSD 5.2.1.

I heard ./ picked up on the story so the site might be getting hammered soon.
But I bet the site is running FreeBSD so hopefully it’ll be able to deal

http://www.freesbie.org/

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