What is KDE? How to download KDE? And how to install it?

I run freeBSD in the virtual machine. Please help your prawns.

5 thoughts on “What is KDE? How to download KDE? And how to install it?”

  1. I just got a lot, accidentally got the full screen, pressed the ESC twice, and was eaten by the damn Baidu. Under this BS, there was no revocation function. There are so many, so I won’t play more late.
    This reminder, KDE (similar to it with GNOME) is the window management program, which is an application outside the core. Specifically, it should be distinguished from the core of the Unix and XORG/XFREE86. The complete FreeBSD image generally contains a specific version of the KDE package, which does not need to be downloaded (except for the streamlined version). There are many reference materials for installing FreeBSD and installing the KDE desktop environment in FreeBSD. The general process is like this. After installing FreeBSD, the command line is entered, and then select the configure. After Packages, the back and down key after the CD/DVD after all (the version may be different) Enter, right-click, right-click, right-click Repeat and return to the car again (the one will be canceled directly), right -click to select Install Enter, select OK Enter, install Xorg, return the command line to enter the reBoot restart, execute the Xorg -configure (before this step, if it is freeBSD7 .4 and subsequent versions should be written in the /etc/rc.conf to have_enable = “yes” dbus_enable = “yes”), then execute cp xorg.conf.new /etc/xorg.conf, Then install KDE4-4.3.1 (installed Xorg), go back to the command line, enter the Echo “exec/usr/local/kde4/bin/startkde” >> ~/.xinitrc. Enter StartX. You can start the graphical interface.
    If in the middle, check online information to solve it. As for the functions of these settings, you can understand more. For example, Xorg -configure is configured to the graphical interface. There are also X11, rc.conf, and .xinitrc all have their own specific meanings and read rules in the system, so I won’t go into details here.
    It hope to help you.

  2. KDE (also similar to it with GNOME) is a window management program, which is an application outside the core. It is divided into differentials from the core of the Unix and Xorg/XFREE86. The complete FreeBSD image generally contains a specific version of the KDE package, which does not need to be downloaded (except for the streamlined version). There are many reference materials for installing FreeBSD and installing the KDE desktop environment in FreeBSD.
    The general process is like this,
    In installation of freeBSD, input command line, then select configure, then packages, then ALL after CD/DVD, and then find xorg-7.4.2 and so on (version version (version (version (version (version (version (version (version (version It may be different)
    In the Enter, right -click and then leave the car and return to the car (the one will cancel the newly selected), right -click to select Install Enter, select OK Enter, install Xorg, return the command line to reBoot Restart , Execute Xorg -Configure (before this step is executed, if it is freeBSD7.4 and the subsequent version, you must first write the two in the /etc/rc.conf = “yes” dbus_enable = “yes”),
    Execute the cp xorg.conf.new /etc/x11/xorg.conf, and then install KDE4-4.3.1 (installed Xorg), return to the command line, enter the Echo “Exec/USR/LOCAL/KDE4/BIN/Startkde”>> > ~/.xinitrc. Enter StartX. You can start the graphical interface.
    If in the middle, check online information to solve it. As for the functions of these settings, you can understand more. For example, Xorg -configure is configured to the graphical interface. There are also X11, rc.conf, and .xinitrc all have their own specific meanings and read rules in the system, so I won’t go into details here.

  3. Load the ISO image, click Conneted, use root execution in FreeBSD, and then select Xorg and KDE. Then it is configured with Xorg and KDE desktop, as well as setting as a Chinese interface, and installing new Chinese character sets. Let’s take a look at the illustration tutorial.

  4. FreeBSD without XWindow?
    Freebsd is mainly used by the server. If you want to download PCBSD, there are KDE directly, or you may have gnome. I have never used it.
    It if you install KDE, go to the official website of the KDE to download a

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