Web site: ubuntubsd.org (not active)
Desktop environment: Xfce
Based on: Debian, FreeBSD, Ubuntu
Media: Install DVD
The last version | Released: 16.04 beta1 | August 9, 2016
Zobacz po polsku: UbuntuBSD
UbuntuBSD – an open-source operating system built on Debian and Ubuntu with the FreeBSD kernel.
UbuntuBSD is an open-source alternative to Windows and Mac OS X, and includes everything you need to work, play and share with your friends.
The most important features offered by UbuntuBSD:
– support for ‘jail’ technology
– OSS as the default sound system
– OpenBSD Packet Filter (pf)
– support for the ZFS file system
– GNU userland
– does not contain any proprietary packages (non-free)
– uses ‘deb’ packages
– packages can be handled via the APT package manager
– support for virtual machines, such as VMware and VirtualBox
– does not use the initiating system ‘systemd’
The UbuntuBSD project is created by Jon Boden and Justinas Kamarovas.
The UbuntuBSD installation image is available for amd64 machines only.
UbuntuBSD 16.04 beta1 amd64 1.0GB.iso