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Pere Ferrés Pons

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I just installed DragonFly BSD RELEASE_4_4_3 and Chromium not executed why?
I know that Chromium must be run as user and not as root, still can not find the problem to fix it.
However, Firefox if it works, but I can not operate on him because of an incompatibility with an editor of a website.
With Epiphany also I have problems but they are less ...
I think a great OS but it takes more than a tune in the development of the system, should be more exquisite developers to launch a new version of the product.
We will see that the future holds for this system ...
Saludetes ;-)
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Start in from terminal/console and check for output
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Warren Postma

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It appears Dragonfly 4.4 has gone RTM from the RC back in November.

I upgraded a VM and I'm trying it out, the upgrade from 4.3 went very smooth.


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Tony Sidaway
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Why did I choose the DragonFlyBSD Operating System? by Siju George.
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Siju George is a native Hindi speaker. He may well be the best English speaker within his immediate radius.
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Dakotah Miskus

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how can I make Dragonfly BSD like Chrome OS. AKA remove EVERYTHING not necessary to run a simple DE and some programs that are in a kind of app store specifically made for Dragonfly BSD.
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Can't you just install Chrome and be done and use fvwm?
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Robin Hahling

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4.2 is out!
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git: build - Parallelize kernel module build. Matthew Dillon dillon at crater.dragonflybsd.org. Mon Jun 8 17:21:11 PDT 2015. Previous message: git: etc/remote: add ucom1 to ucom4; Next message: git: build - Parallelize kernel module build; Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] ...
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Could use some of this action in my Linux kernel builds, that's for sure! Been using my little 15W haswell laptop- back to multihour builds!
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In 5 weeks, people start arriving in Ottawa for BSDCan 2015. Have you registered? There's still time. Get in today.
BSDCan is a technical BSD conference held in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
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Registration for BSDCan is now open.  Don't forget to register for the closing party on Saturday. 
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Reminder, there are 10 days left to submit your proposal for BSDCan 2015.  Please share this post.
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Community unofficial DragonFly belongs to the same class of operating systems as other BSD-derived systems and Linux. It is based on the same UNIX ideals and APIs and shares ancestor code with other BSD operating systems. DragonFly provides an opportunity for the BSD base to grow in an entirely different direction from the one taken in the FreeBSD, NetBSD, and OpenBSD series.

Tony Sidaway
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DragonFly 4.4-RC image for download.
The release candidate for DragonFly 4.4 is built and available for download. The main site has it as an ISO or IMG file, and the mirrors should have it soon if not already. Here's a question I need feedback on: if we compressed these images using xz instead of bzip2 – would that inconvenience ...
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Firas Shahin

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Came across this today. I was quite disappointed by the fact that the bloated ubuntu came on top according to their tests.
Phoronix is the leading technology website for Linux hardware reviews, open-source news, Linux benchmarks, open-source benchmarks, and computer hardware tests.
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Phoronix is Linux biased. But there is plenty of room for optimisations. One could optimize image magick or the mp3 encoding for DragonFly's threading model.

Currently I'm struggling with my wifi in my laptop. Linux hardware detection and automatic configuration out-of-the-box is unparalled in the BSD world. Even PC-BSD is not as 'fit' as most consumer oriented Linux distributions. I hope to get something like PC-BSD done with DragonFly. A fluxbox graphical live cd with a graphical installer. Maybe I have to ask more...
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Bye bye Sendmail...
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Dakotah Miskus

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how can I make a copy of dragonfly BSD where when I install it it has a desktop by default?
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Tomorrow we order t-shirts.  Be in to be counted. 
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I see it's been a busy weekend. BSDCan has one more submission than PGCon. Is that good enough? You still have time.
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This is your last weekend to submit your BSDCan 2015 proposal.  Deadline is Monday.  Get it in. 
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Please, where it is written, I make an image of DragonFly (i386) on virtualbox?
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Tony Sidaway
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Google will fund up to five women active in tech to attend EuroBSDCon.

Please share to your women and techie circles and communities....
[FreeBSD-Announce] [EuroBSDCon] Google are offering 5 travel grants for female computer scientists to attend EuroBSDCon 2014. Shteryana Shopova syrinx at FreeBSD.org. Tue Aug 19 18:41:17 UTC 2014. Previous message: [FreeBSD-Announce] EuroBSDCon 2014 Early bird registrations deadline extended to ...
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