just discovered few weeks ago, by wondering and exploring about the beastie world, the net/free/open family that I already knew a bit about, but from a linux world whom corresponds to desktop and end users requirements and experience, I felt a bit better to understand that no, bsd systems are not only for servers :
I saw nomadbsd and few others initiatives, looks like the bigger obstacle is the proprietary or hw drivers… but believe me, from a noob bsd adventurer caming from an oldie world of linux, where each distro proposes an installation assistant/wizard where. .we can choose a specific partition to install on it…
well, nomadbsd doesnt proposes a such thing, which would be very useful…
then my three questions :
A/ would be coming soon like a nomadbsd installer to install it just next to win/nux hard drive? would be very useful
b/ is there a way to do a sort of installation of nomadbsd by creating a partition with gparted then dd the iso to the new partition, then to update for an already linux installation the grub menu?
c/ what are the main difference with a freebsd out of the box with xorg/kde installd and nomadbsd out of the box?
thank you vm