" For the rest I'm bouncing back and forth between "that's
really cool" and "it's FreeBSD, of course it works." I won't
comment on the package management system (PBI, alongside the usual
FreeBSD ports) or installation (graphical, instead of the FreeBSD
text-based one). Instead, it's the KDE4 that is delivered with
"PC-BSD is interesting because it is a KDE4-only setup; version
7.0 comes with KDE 4.1.3. The whole point of the distro is to
deliver a polished, intergrated version of FreeBSD with KDE4 on it.
There was recently a question on the dot: "which distro would you
recommend?" Well, there's only one that I know of that
wholeheartedly delivers KDE4 and nothing else. That's a good kind
of fixation to have (and of course, portinstall gnome2 is always a
possibility; then you get a fairly pristine GNOME2 built from
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