hey - new here and have a few intro questions for neophytes

Have some non-GhostBSD related questions, or want just to chit-chat about anything that is not necessarily related to GhostBSD? This is the forum for you.
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hey - new here and have a few intro questions for neophytes

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i have been interested in freebsd for years but know notta technically. I noticed ghostbsd mught be the nost logical possibility. ran linux for 15 yrs but not a command line guy and also not a techie geek though i like to think myself a bit geeky. also 70 yrs old. so an old codger as they say. so i am wondering about making a jump from linux to ghostbsd. i use laptops. sorry for the vzugeuness in advance; but i am just wondering about the possibuility? not interested in mate but xfce is OK. like 'e' or moksha too.


many thanks in advance
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wanted to add that i am also interested in seeing what the mate is like with ghostbsd since that is the default. may really like it.

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ok thanks - looks like this forum and dsitro is dead. glad i found out prior to installation.

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Support for laptops has been improving over time. If you want to try XFCE on GhostBSD, then I'd suggesting trying a development iso:
http://download.us.ghostbsd.org/develop ... 9-XFCE.iso

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