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Date:      Wed, 26 Jun 2013 10:52:26 +0200
From:      David Demelier <>
To:        Mike Jeays <>
Subject:   Re: Hello
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In-Reply-To: <20130625224154.6ab8c1c6@europa>
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2013/6/26 Mike Jeays <>:
> On Wed, 26 Jun 2013 08:56:59 +1000
> julius <> wrote:
>> Which BSD for a user desktop ??!.
>> I all ready have Linux mint but I like to try again, in the past I have
>> use it but no luck in dual booting system with windows and I have try to
>> follow youtube BSD users that gave instructions on the BSD and no luck.
>> Everybody that I watch in youtube for instruction it hasn't work even
>> loading the BSD on is own hasn't work.So which BSD for a user desktop??!
>> Thank you
>> --
>> Best Wishes Julius
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> PC-BSD is a good place to start; it makes installation easy.
> I prefer running Windows in a VM under VirtualBox to dual-booting. Switching
> between the two is much faster, and you can make the host file system visible
> to the guest with Samba.

The only drawback of this is performance. Or you have a very powerful
machine :-)

Demelier David

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