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    Default JabirOS: A Former Ubuntu OS Turned FreeBSD

    Phoronix: JabirOS: A Former Ubuntu OS Turned FreeBSD

    A developer behind JabirOS has written into Phoronix to announce their new FreeBSD-derived project. Formerly JabirOS was based upon Ubuntu...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTQzODM

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    Amazing.. It seems Larabel is trolling as usual.

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    freeBSD-based and user-friendly hmmm..
    maybe it's user-fiendly for BSD integrist geeks

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    So Did JabirOS Jump the gun on Ubuntu and start using BSD a head of time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by benalib View Post
    freeBSD-based and user-friendly hmmm..
    maybe it's user-fiendly for BSD integrist geeks
    FreeBSD, OpenBSD, and DragonflyBSD are all about as friendly as Arch. NetBSD is the only one that doesn't have a pre-built binary method of installing, and is therefore more in-between Arch and Gentoo (to my current knowledge)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TestingTe View Post
    FreeBSD, OpenBSD, and DragonflyBSD are all about as friendly as Arch. NetBSD is the only one that doesn't have a pre-built binary method of installing, and is therefore more in-between Arch and Gentoo (to my current knowledge)
    hehe and now Arch is a beginner oriented OS ...

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    Lol, another OS I've never heard of, that I will never think about again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dh04000 View Post
    Lol, another OS I've never heard of, that I will never think about again.
    No kidding!

    I bet all 5 of JabirOS users were happy that JabriOS moved away from the "evil" Canonical. How dare Canonical try to make a better display server and desktop environment!

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    Hi guys.

    JabirOS has more than 100 users in Iran (our country) and I've started this project from 2012.

    How to install JabirOS? http://forums.jabirproject.org/viewtopic.php?id=54

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    Quote Originally Posted by bapfreak View Post
    No kidding!

    I bet all 5 of JabirOS users were happy that JabriOS moved away from the "evil" Canonical. How dare Canonical try to make a better display server and desktop environment!
    JabirOS has more than 100 users, only in Iran.

    How to install : http://forums.jabirproject.org/viewtopic.php?id=54

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