Difference between revisions of "FreeBSD"

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* Quick install with packages
* Quick install with packages
* [http://wiki.freebsd.org/KDE FreeBSD Wiki page for KDE/FreeBSD] (for quarterly reports and such)
* [http://wiki.freebsd.org/KDE FreeBSD Wiki page for KDE/FreeBSD] (for quarterly reports and such)
== Other Resources ==
There is a [[/FAQ|FAQ page]] regarding KDE/FreeBSD.
You can reach the KDE/FreeBSD team through the [http://mail.kde.org/mailman/listinfo/kde-freebsd mailing list] or on [[/FAQ#irc|Freenode IRC]].
The [http://wiki.freebsd.org/KDE FreeBSD wiki KDE/FreeBSD page] is aimed at information for the FreeBSD project, such as quarterly reports.
== Building KDE SC trunk under FreeBSD ==
(The information on the pages linked here is '''obsolete''' in various ways) Please see the page on [[Getting_Started/Build|building KDE SC]] for general instructions. See the page on [[Getting_Started/Build/Distributions/FreeBSD|building KDE SC under FreeBSD]] for specific information for FreeBSD.

Revision as of 21:43, 24 May 2017

What is FreeBSD?

FreeBSD® is an advanced operating system for modern server, desktop, and embedded computer platforms. FreeBSD's code base has undergone over thirty years of continuous development, improvement, and optimization. It is derived from BSD, the version of UNIX® developed at the University of California, Berkeley. The FreeBSD website has all the information needed (especially the handbook) to install and configure FreeBSD itself.

KDE on FreeBSD

The KDE/FreeBSD team hopes this site will be a valuable resource for all who are interested in maintaining the high level of compatibility between FreeBSD and KDE Software (through KDE4, and now with Frameworks, Plasma Desktop and Applications) that has been seen to date. The goal is to facilitate the discussion of patches, finding bugs, suggesting features and hopefully becoming a valuable member of both the KDE and FreeBSD communities.

Here on the KDE Community Wiki, we provide technical information on how KDE is built and packaged on FreeBSD and how you can contribute -- for instance by building software from the KDE community yourself.

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