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Date:      Thu, 10 May 2018 15:40:29 -0300
From:      sergio lenzi <lenzi.sergio@gmail.com>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: Alternative to x11/gnome3 ?
Message-ID:  <CACDfs3qSdo6cS0F-DVMq2RDMsm-ktBc53k-xNwYwzex1X915-g@mail.gmail.com>

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Well, you can always go back to the reliable gnome2 now AKA mate
you can use our "distribution" with more than 1800 packages for amd64,
freebsd-10 (we will move to 12 when it is done)
this "packages" are used for more than 500 users and have all a "normal"
user needs you can list the packages using
your "browser" too at: ftp://dist64.k1.com.br/FreeBSD
<ftp://dist64.k1.com.br/FreeBSD/$%7BABI>; there you can find a 32 bit
packags for FreeBSD12 too
to update, just use pkg upgrade

just create a file in /etc/pkg named mate.conf....
===========================================
MATE64: {
  url: ftp://dist64.k1.com.br/FreeBSD/${ABI},
  enabled: yes
}
===========================================
and than pkg install -y mate
if you need more, than.... pkg install -y mate-full

Enjoy



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