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FeeeBSD is derived from BSD, a UNIX variant developed at the University of California, Berkeley, and runs on a variety of platforms including the Intel x86 family, Itanium and AMD64 processors. Please note that FreeBSD is not a variant of Linux. FreeBSD is mainly used for Internet servers; for example many large portals such as Yahoo host their sites on FreeBSD servers. FreeBSD can also be used on the desktop with desktop managers such as Gnome and KDE.

Buy FreeBSD 7.0

FreeBSD 7.0 was released on February 27th 2008. The release announcement is available here on the FreeBSD website.

The 3 CD sets contains the set of packages to get you started and do not require any network access to install; the 4 CD set includes a CD containing the documentation for all supported languages.

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32 bit and 64 bit? If the processor in your computer is an AMD64 or an Intel64 then you can use the 64 bit version. All other computers should use the 32 bit version. If in doubt about which to buy, choose the 32 bit version as it will work on both types.

Buy FreeBSD 6.3

FreeBSD 6.3 was released on January 18th 2008. The release announcement is available here and installation instructions here.

The 3 CD sets contains the set of packages to get you started and do not require any network access to install; the 4 CD set includes a CD containing the documentation for all supported languages.

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32 bit and 64 bit? If the processor in your computer is an AMD64 or an Intel64 then you can use the 64 bit version. All other computers should use the 32 bit version. If in doubt about which to buy, choose the 32 bit version as it will work on both types.

Buy FreeBSD 6.2

FreeBSD 6.2 was released on January 15th 2007. The release announcement is available here, release notes here, and installation instructions here.

The 2 CD sets include a basic set of packages to get you started and do not require any network access to install; the first CD of these sets supports booting into a "live CD-based filesystem" and system rescue mode. The 3 CD set includes a CD containing the documentation for all supported languages. Most people will only need the 2 CD set.

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Buy FreeBSD 6.1

FreeBSD 6.1 was released on May 8th 2006. The release announcement is available here, release notes here, and installation instructions here.

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Buy FreeBSD 6.0

FreeBSD 6.0 was released on November 4th 2005. The release announcement is available here, release notes here, and installation instructions here.

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Buy FreeBSD 5.5

FreeBSD 5.5 was released on May 25th 2006. The release announcement is available here, release notes here, hardware notes here, and installation instructions here.

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Buy FreeBSD 5.4

FreeBSD 5.4 was released on May 10th 2005. The release announcement is available here, release notes here, hardware notes here, and installation instructions here.

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Buy FreeBSD 5.3

FreeBSD 5.3 was released on November 7 2004, four and a half years after 4-Stable was released. The full release announcement is available here, release notes here, hardware notes here, and installation instructions here. The mini installer creates a bare bones FreeBSD system and the 2 CD set comes with a reasonably wide range of pre-compiled packages.

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The following page contains the complete package list the comes in the FreeBSD 5.3 release: Disk 1

Buy FreeBSD 5.2.1

FreeBSD 5.2.1 was released on February 25 2004. The full release announcement is available here, release notes here, hardware notes here, and installation instructions here. The mini installer creates a bare bones FreeBSD system and the 2 CD set comes with a reasonably wide range of pre-compiled packages.

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The following page contains the complete package list the comes in the FreeBSD 5.2.1 release: Disk 1

Buy FreeBSD 4.11

FreeBSD 4.11 was released on January 25 2005; the release announcement is available here, hardware notes here and the release notes here.

The 1st CD in the installation set has now been split into either a KDE or Gnome installation set of packages. If you do not intend to install a graphical user interface the set you choose does not matter. The 3 CD set listed below comes with 2 #1 CDs, one for the Gnome set of packages and the other for KDE.

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The following pages contain the complete package list the comes in the FreeBSD 4.11 release: Gnome CD, KDE CD

Buy FreeBSD 4.10

FreeBSD 4.10 was released on May 27 2004 and he release announcement is available here, hardware notes here and the release notes here.

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The following page contains the complete package list the comes in the FreeBSD 4.10 release: Disk 1

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