Eric Turgeon, the man behind GhostBSD was pleased to announce the final version of the GhostBSD 10.1. operating system. The latest version of GhostBSD is now available for download with new updates and fixes. Unlike other operating systems, GhostBSD 10.1 is not Linux based, but a major BSD distribution available in the market.
The FreeBSD operating system which is especially designed for end-users comes with the MATE as well as Xfce desktop environments. It brings the option to make a choice installing the GRUB, BSD bootloaders or no bootloader. Additionally, it comes with the Station Tweak utility and Vim text editor software.
The new version of GhostBSD 10.1 also adds the Qt-based OctoPkg graphical user interface utility.
With an aim to address the privacy issues, it enables its users to check the efficiency of their passwords. With the help of the Station Update Manager software, it also allows the user to install third-party software and update their GhostBSD operating system.
Along with these features, GhostBSD 10.1 brings fixes to various issues regarding the Intel and Radeon/ATI graphics cards, GPT partitions and other errors relating to the installation. With the elimination of SpiderOak tool, it also replaces the GDM login manager with PCDM.
“After a year of development, testing and debugging we are pleased to announce the release of GhostBSD 10.1 MATE & XFCE which is available on SourceForge and torrents for the amd64 and i386 architectures,” confirms Turgeon.