The PC-BSD project is undergoing a name change. The FreeBSD-based operating system was previously comprised of two editions which were listed under separate names. The original PC-BSD edition was the project's desktop flavour while the server edition was called TrueOS. The project is changing its labelling and will refer to both editions as TrueOS going forward. The project's founder, Kris Moore, explained the need for the change: "We've already been using TrueOS for the server side of PC-BSD, and it made sense to unify the names. PC-BSD doesn't reflect server or embedded well. TrueOS Desktop/Server/Embedded can be real products, avoids some of the alphabet soup, and gives us a more catchy name."
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