GhostBSD 11.1 MATE Edition screenshots

GhostBSD 11.1 is a stable release of desktop BSD distribution based on FreeBSD. This release includes MATE and Xfce editions which provides a user friendly experience on desktop systems and laptops. Let's have a quick tour through various screenshots of GhostBSD 11.1 MATE edition.
Distribution Name GhostBSD
Version 11.1
Code name NA
Release date 16th November 2017
Base FreeBSD
Desktop Environment MATE
Home page http://www.ghostbsd.org


GhostBSD 11.1 MATE Edition login screen. Needless to say, this is the most beautiful login screen that I remember in open source operating systems.

GhostBSD 11.1 MATE Desktop - First impression

GhostBSD 11.1 uses MATE Desktop Environment 1.18.0

Caja File Manager in GhostBSD

MATE Terminal emulator. I was not able to install screenfetch package as I does in other distributions, hence a preview of ping.

Mozilla Firefox is used as default browser in GhostBSD

A demonstration of GUI based multitasking in GhostBSD

MPlayer and GNOME MPlayer are default media players shipped in GhostBSD

Exaile Music Player

Shotwell Image Viewer

Eye of MATE - A simple image viewer as part of MATE ecosystem.

LibreOffice impress
On idle state, MATE System Monitor shows around 367 MB of memory, which is comparable with memory usage in other MATE distributions.

top utility showcasing memory usage

OctoPkg is a package manager shipped in GhostBSD. Unfortunately, I was not able to see or install packages using this application.

MATE Control Center is a central place to look for all configuration options

Background selection in GhostBSD

Station Tweak is a part of MATE Control Center and it helps to easily switch between various desktop layout

The element layout provided in station tweaks

The purity layout provide in station tweaks

System Menu

Shutdown confirmation

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8 May 2018 at 14:29 delete

What is this FreeBSD you talk of jk lol looks nice.

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10 May 2018 at 20:30 delete

GhostBSD is currently based on FreeBSD. It makes the FreeBSD accessible for the mass with preconfigured desktop environment & tools.

In near future, GhostBSD is planning to move their base from FreeBSD to TrueOS, another FreeBSD based distribution.

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