Petescan321, a freelance computer technician, had an opportunity to interview Kris Moore, founder of the PC-BSD project, at the recent Texas Linux Fest.
In this short interview they mainly talk about PC-BSD’s package management and window managers.
Kris was asked the following question.
- Who are you and what do you work in?
- What are the main advantages of using PC-BSD, especially for someone who comes from a Linux background?
- It’s different in Linux, where you get a tarball, and then it’s like how do I install it? Yet having everything organized and one way to download it, [is much better].
- What do you think about the Desktop wars that have been going on lately? Like GNOME 3.
- So being a rolling release its always up to date. And it’s very stable?
- Kris Moore: ZFS will change your life. (thanks sg1efc)
Read Kris’ replies in Interview with Kris Moore at Texas Linux Fest