I noticed there was no networkmgr icon also. Only the greyed out arrows for ethernet. But it worked fine. I also noticed on the old image of PREALPHA4 xfce there may be a thunar bug. I tried to copy the iso I made to a usb stick and it would copy the first 13mb then the file manager would crash. On the plus side the live usb seems much faster than Enoch.
One other problem with wifi was than it would cause my system to hang on reboot. This is not a GhostBSD bug, but a FreeBSD bug. In Enoch 10.3 there was no hang on reboot, but there was on FreeBSD 10, 11 and FreeBSD 12. I don't know why it happens and I googled it and nobody else seems to have this problem
When there is an ethernet connection but no wifi configured there is no problem, but as soon as I configure wifi it happens. If I do a fresh install, configuring wifi during install (with FreeBSD) it still hangs on reboot. There was no problem with Xubuntu.
Is there any way to debug this?