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- Tue Dec 26, 2017 6:08 pm
- Forum: Networking
- Topic: NetworkMgr for GhostBSD 11.1 proper setup to use? [SOLVED]
- Replies: 8
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Which kernel module should be loaded? Is there a definitive and up-to-date documentation for NetworkMgr anywhere? I'm trying to set it up on FreeBSD 11-STABLE, but I don't see any man pages.
- Fri Jan 13, 2017 6:14 pm
- Forum: Feedback
- Topic: Packages Requests for GhostBSD
- Replies: 20
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What I usually install after getting FreeBSD desktop with Mate: rsync (with iconv enabled) bash vim firefox chromium thunderbird audacious mpv smplayer vlc handbrake avidemux amule pan transmission qbittorrent rawtherapee darktable gimp geeqie The most annoying problems for me: crashes of Caja and F...
I didn't run any scientific performance tests on ZFS, just my casual observations from running FreeBSD 10.x as a workstation. If I do some intensive tasks like processing video or raw photos, copying large sets of files around, etc - ZFS slows down with time.
- Wed Nov 30, 2016 9:17 pm
- Forum: Installing GhostBSD
- Topic: Installation report (X11/ZFS problems inside)
- Replies: 10
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For me ZFS is too much resource hungry and slow for a simple desktop system. Its killer features are more suited for servers, I think.
In my experience ZFS is fast right after reboot. But then the longer I work in the system the slower it gets. I suspect ZFS slows down when internal caches are filled up. I don't see this effect with UFS.
I use Mate on FreeBSD 10-STABLE. Fonts on qbittorent were too tiny for my eyes. I fixed that by installing qt4-qtconfig, running it and selecting font size. You can also select a nice QT theme.