Mate desktop is a fork of Gnome 2, which is not being maintained by developers now. In this article let us see how to install Mate Desktop environment on FreeBSD 11.
FreeBSD 11 can be downloaded from this link. Install FreeBSD according to your requirements, and once the installation is complete, use the following steps to install Mate desktop evironment.
For more details and documentation of Mate desktop you can have a look here.
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The installation of OpenCart is FreeBSD is pretty straight forward. The following article can be used as a procedure to do a basic install of OpenCart on FreeBSD. This is tested on FreeBSD 10.2.
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WordPress on FreeBSD needs a working FAMP stack. Let start off the installation by setting up a FAMP stack first. Install the FAMP stack using this link.
The following procedure is tested on FreeBSD 10.2
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MediaWiki is a free software open source Wiki package written in PHP. This is a article about, how to install MediaWiki on FreeBSD 10.
Minimum requirements for installing MediaWiki on FreeBSD:
- Any 64 bit processor
- 256 MB RAM
- 85 MB disk space
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This article is about how to create a FreeBSD 10.x image for use with OpenStack.The following method was tested with FreeBSD 10.2 image bundled into Liberty version of OpenStack running on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. However this can also be used with the previous versions of OpenStack like Havana, Icehouse, Juno and Kilo.
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Docker can be installed on FreeBSD starting from version 11. Docker needs the following pre-requisites to be installed on a FreeBSD 11 machine. FreeBSD 11 is in development stage as of 28/07/2015. FreeBSD development images can be downloaded from the following link. Here I have chosen AMD64 architecture. The image is build released on 16/7/2015.
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NAS4free is an open source Network Attached Solution based on FreeBSD. The web front end is written in PHP.
NAS4free uses the following file systems natively
It also supports the following file systems
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