Refer to the following URL http://www.freebsdforums.org/install-freebsd-7-i386/
FreeBSD 7.2 is a legacy RELEASE from the STABLE 7-series tree.
Both Solaris and FreeBSD share a common idea base. The BSD distribution from Berkeley was the starting point for FreeBSD and for SunOS, which is the earlier version of Solaris. As it stands, FreeBSD was developed primarily for the Intel-based chip, whereas Solaris runs primarily on the SPARC chip developed by Sun Microsystems (now part of Oracle). Lastly, Solaris is a proprietary, cost-based version of Unix, whereas FreeBSD is an open-source version.
UFS is the main filesystem for FreeBSD, but ZFS is also a popular choice. ext2, msdos, ntfs (read-only), and smb are also supported.
Means Firewall Packet Filter.
Many versions have different specification to what is available for the FreeBSD hosting package. You would have to check what kind version you need and what the requirement will be.
FreeBSD of course
Yes, of course! For free! You can use Linux which is fairly close to Unix or BSD or NetBSD or FreeBSD or Solaris x86 and I am sure there are others. Just web-search for any of the above terms and read the installation instructions (to make sure your hardware is compatible with their requirmeents), download, install and enjoy.
Linux, Minix, Coherent, FreeBSD, etc. These are all clones of Unix
PC-BSD is a distribution of FreeBSD, a free and open-source Unix-like operating system. PC-BSD is focused on desktop use, and features the KDE desktop environment, a GUI popular with Linux distributions. Probably the most distinguishing feature of PC-BSD is the method of installing software. FreeBSD and most Linux distributuions use a package manager to download and install software. PC-BSD software is installed in a more Windows-like manner. Installers, with the extension ".pbi", are downloaded from the PC-BSD website. The user just double-clicks them to run the installer and install the program.
Fedora FreeBSD SUSE Linux Red Hat and so on
Linux and FreeBSD are 2 examples
Microsoft Windows,OS X, Linux, andFreeBSD
Yes. Apple has released Boot Camp, a program that allows one to easily install Windows XP or Vista on an Intel Mac. Various Linux distros, FreeBSD, NetBSD, and OpenBSD also run on Macs.
OS X was forked from the FreeBSD 2.x/3.x branch. with kernel mods and the quartz userland. the various OS X releases have corresponding FreeBSD releases. it uses the FreeBSD mach microkernel with os9 compatibility. Darwin is the development builds of OS X versions. the FreeBSD guys backport OS X tech into their OS. OS X is opensource aside from the quartz userland. OS X also includes kernel components from the NeXT step operating system.
FreeBSD® is an advanced operating system for x86 compatible (including Pentium® and Athlon™), amd64 compatible (including Opteron™, Athlon™64, and EM64T), UltraSPARC®, IA-64, PC-98 and ARM architectures. It is derived from BSD, the version of UNIX® developed at the University of California, Berkeley. It is developed and maintained by a large team of individuals. Additional platforms are in various stages of development. This text is from FreeBSD homepage. www.freebsd.org
Yes, for example computers running with OS Linux or freebsd.
My operating system is [Windows, OS X, Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris 10, BeOS, AmigaOS, FreeDOS, Syllable].
Linux, and the BSD-derived versions (FreeBsd, PCBsd, etc.)
Yes. For purposes of legality, WikiAnswers can only provide links to operating systems that can be downloaded legally(the fact that they can be downloaded is irrelevant).Linux (available in many varieties)FreeBSDNetBSDFreeBSDSolaris 10 / OpenSolarisBeOSReactOSPlan 9 from Bell LabsSyllableAROSKolibriOSMenuetOSFreeDOS
Linux NetBSD FreeBSD OpenBSD Plan 9 LUnix Darwin
Mac OS X uses a Mach kernel and FreeBSD utilities at it's core.
You'll have to be a bit more specific. What are you trying to patch? Also, KDE 2 hasn't seen any sort of development since 2001, and even KDE 3.5 is only in maintenance mode. KDE 4.2 is the latest release (as of April 2009).If you are looking for a ready-built FreeBSD system with KDE, try PC-BSD or DesktopBSD.