GhostBSD 20.03 Is Out As The Latest Monthly Update To This Desktop BSD

Written by Michael Larabel in BSD on 1 April 2020 at 06:07 AM EDT. 7 Comments
If you are looking for a new desktop-friendly BSD with TrueOS being phased out, GhostBSD 20.03 is out as the promising desktop-focused OS based on FreeBSD and using the MATE desktop environment as a decent out-of-the-box experience.

With GhostBSD 20.03, using pkg for package management now uses GhostBSD package repositories by default rather than upstream FreeBSD, update handling fixes, a WireGuard fix for its network management handling, and other updates.

Those wanting to learn more about GhostBSD itself or version 20.03, more details and download links at
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