GhostBSD 10.3 Enoch released with UEFI and ZFS support

The GhostBSD project has unveiled GhostBSD 10.3 with code name Enoch. This stable release of GhostBSD is coming after almost one year of development, testing and quality assurance activities. It is available in both Xfce and MATE flavors.

GhostBSD is a FreeBSD based, user friendly BSD distribution targeting desktop users. It combines powerful FreeBSD core with user friendly installer, hardware auto-detection scripts and pre-installed desktop environments which makes it more aligned to beginners.

GhostBSD 10.3 comes with numerous bug fixes and improvements. The major highlights of this release includes support of UEFI enabled systems and the ability to create ZFS partitions. Other notable highlights of this release includes:
  • Installer custom partition creation subjection
  • VirtalBox support get install in boot time if needed.
  • 4k partition alignment by default
  • GhostBSD Software will be updated Quarterly which will bring more stability to GhostBSD still user will be able to change it to latest to have the latest software update.
  • The installer partition editor UI and partitioning have been improved
  • VirtualBox additions would be uninstall after installer if it is not runnig in a VirtualBox
  • Slim is replacing GDM.
  • Networkmgr display the full SSID
  • Replaced the HTML/CSS installation slide with a GTK/CSS the slide.
For additional details and installation guide lines, see release announcement published in projects website.

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