List of products based on FreeBSD

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There are many products based on FreeBSD. Information about these products and the version of FreeBSD they are based on is often difficult to come by, since this fact is not widely publicised.

Commercial products[edit]

Open source products based on FreeBSD[edit]

  • BSD Router Project - customized distribution of FreeBSD dedicated to offering IP routing services
  • Darwin - The base OS of Mac OS X
  • DesktopBSD – KDE-based desktop-oriented distribution
  • DragonFlyBSD - FreeBSD independent fork
  • FreeNAS – Open source storage platform
  • FreeSBIE – Live CD
  • GhostBSD – Gnome-based distribution, that also offers LXDE GUI
  • HardenedBSD – FreeBSD with security and exploit mitigation extensions
  • MidnightBSD - A independent fork of FreeBSD for desktop users
  • M0n0wall – embedded firewall software package
  • NAS4Free – Open source storage platform
  • PC-BSD – FreeBSD distribution aimed at desktop users
  • pfsense – firewall and router
  • Frenzy – portable system administrator toolkit
  • Zrouter [38]

Open Source products that use significant FreeBSD code[edit]

  • FreeRaspberry Pi (FreeRPi) – Initial work has been done to port FreeBSD to run on Raspberry Pi single board computers with ARM11 SoC hardware.[39]
  • OSv

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