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Hi all. Is there a Gnome ISO for PCBSD? I tried the official 10.0 Joule release, but I wasn't able to get Orca (Gnome screenreader for visually impaired) running on it. On further research, I observed that the default was KDE Plasma. Is there Gnome on the ISO, or do I need to get one elsewhere?
Gnome 3 is very Linux centric and therefore not available out of the box for most of the BSDs. If you want Gnome 3 on PCBSD you wil have to install it manually, which is possible according to this thread: http://forums.pcbsd.org/showthread.php?t=14811
Last edited by TobiSGD; 05-04-2014 at 01:51 PM.
Reason: fixed typos
Is there a way to shell out and get to CLI install? If so, I might be able to SSH in to my laptop and install it that way.
If you're comfortable on the command line then why not just install FreeBSD? PC-BSD is just FreeBSD with a nice GUI. Just a thought. I have not done the following procedure, but, it looks like what you want.