Frequently Asked Questions
What is the current state of the project?
SecBSD 1.4-f669713 is 100% functional.
Detailed explanations for installation can be found in
How do I contribute to SecBSD?
We are currently looking for Unix
wizards, C, Perl, Python, Go, Rust and Ruby
How do I get the source code?
I want to help, but I'm not a programmer. How can I support?
This is a list
of hardware that could help our project.
How is the installation process?
Simple text mode installer, SecBSD
installs in less than 5 minutes. Despite we not are
desktop fans to ensure that new users of SecBSD use as a
desktop daily driver, we added an easy desktop flavor
installer for XFCE4, Mate, Gnome, i3, Lumina, LXQt
and others. See
Where i can download .img or .iso?
The most up-to-date file can be found at
SecBSD runs on AMD's Athlon-64 family
of processors in 64-bit mode. It also runs on processors
made by other manufacturers which have cloned the AMD64
extensions. More info.
How can I trust SecBSD?
- Our packages are verificable by
- Binary packages and releases are to be signed by the project itself
alongside with multiple core members.
- During the installation of SecBSD, the sets and packages
are verified with checksums and GPG signatures.
How can I donate to SecBSD?
We don't take donations. SecBSD is a
starting project, building forth and depending upon the
awesome work of the OpenBSD project. This, we kindly ask
you to donate to the
Foundation instead. That is - indirectly - also a
donation to SecBSD but goes a much longer way.
Who design the website and SecBSD stuff?
The best artist
we known: Banshee.
How can I contact SecBSD?
Last updated date of SecBSD website?
Tue Jan 9 02:09:32 CET 2024.