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The PC-BSD interview

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PC-BSD reached a milestone recently with the release of its first stable version, PCD-BSD 1.0. It’s one of the easiest-to-install, use and maintain *nix system that I have seen till date. Apart from delivering a user-friendly experience, it takes its FreeBSD heritage very seriously, to get you a very stable desktop operating system. Below is an interview with PC-BSD’s founder and developer, Kris Moore, and their language co-ordinator and contributor (PC-BSD can be installed in over 50 languages and supports as many keyboard layouts) Charles-Andre Landemaine.

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