PC-BSD® Has one of the friendliest multi-national communities out there. If you have a question or just want to hang out, come join us!
Join our Growing Community
The PC-BSD® user community is home to people from all around the globe. We get some awesome contributions from first-time users and BSD gurus alike. PC-BSD® relies on your input to evolve and grow, so if you have an opinion, and want to contribute, share it! User comments and suggestions are relied on heavily to improve PC-BSD® and create the best possible desktop experience.
If you run into a problem and need some help, the PC-BSD® forums are a great place to start. The friendly users at the PC-BSD® forums have thousands of posts to help you solve problems, and we're always glad to chip in and help you if you can't find your answer.
Join the chat room for PC-BSD®! If you need help in real time, users are online now, ready to help each other, share knowledge, and talk about the operating system in general. So go ahead and hop on IRC. We'd love to see you stop by our channel.
Dru Lavigne, the Community Manager for PC-BSD and author of "The Definitive Guide to PC-BSD", and Joshua Smith, the Quality Assurance Developer for PC-BSD, help keep a blog detailing the latest developments related to PC-BSD.
Join the Community. Meet New Friends.
If you're an experienced BSD administrator looking for a way to prove your skills, or a business looking for trained and skilled personnel to manage BSD-based systems, then you may be interested in the BSD Certification program.
Fanart and Artwork
Download PC-BSD® wallpapers, icons, banners and more! You can get some of the source images used in PC-BSD®, as well as a lot of great artwork done by fans and community members.
PC-BSD® Team and Friends
This page is dedicated to our team members, including programmers, web developers, administrators, and some of our friends that are dedicated to making PC-BSD awesome.