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In these modern times, how can a full fledge desktop operating system be complete without a universal mobile phone filesystem manager? Nowadays, people desire the capability to easily download and upload images, photos, and ringtones, among other applications, too. It's important to backup your phone files.
That said, the last time I tried to run a minimal BSD, it was probably NetBSD or FreeBSD, I couldn't remember how to run any commands or programs to get past the opaque colored blank screen someone dubbed a desktop. But to answer your question, YES, I would be more than willing attempt building MATE on FreeBSD. Of course I will need a crash course to succeed lol. I wasnt aware of the shift to strictly 64 bit in Ghost though. I should have assumed it. Since I did read on Distrowatch a while back that PC-BSD phased out 32 bit. Im not sure if the G3 is 32 or 64 bit. In fact I may need to run Ghost 3.5 live cd before I attempt an upgrade on my Ghost hard drive as I am pretty certain it is 32 bit. Which poses the question, if I upgrade the 32 bit GhostBSD os on my flash drive to 64 bit will it still run when plugged into a 32 computer? Sorry I'm all over the map with topics. The more I read and wrote the more questions came to mind. Darned Red Bull and Ephedrine does it everytime lo