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Introducing MaheshaBSD

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Juraj Sipos contacted me earlier this week about a project he has been working on and now available for downloading: MaheshaBSD

What is MaheshaBSD

MaheshaBSD is a Live CD/DVD/USB version of FreeBSD based on FreeBSD 8.0 RELEASE (i386) with the IceWM window manager.

Purpose of MaheshaBSD

The purpose MaheshaBSD is to bring (Free)BSD closer to those users who are scared of Unix and consider BSD harder than Linux. BSD systems are not so difficult to understand if you can recognize how control (of the world) works.

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