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; [https://github.com/GhostBSD/gbi/ gbi]: gbi(Graphical BSD installer) is a the GhostBSD GTK front-end of pc-sysinstall installer developed for [https://www.ghostbsd.org GhostBSD].
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; [https://github.com/GhostBSD/gbi/ gbi]: gbi(Graphical BSD installer) is a GTK graphical front-end of pc-sysinstall installer developed for [https://www.ghostbsd.org GhostBSD].
 
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; [https://github.com/GhostBSD/networkmgr/ Networkmgr]: Networkmgr is a graphical tool for network management for FreeBSD, TureOS, DragonFlyBSD and [https://www.ghostbsd.org GhostBSD].
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; [https://github.com/GhostBSD/networkmgr/ Networkmgr]: Networkmgr is a graphical tool for network management for [https://www.freebsd.org FreeBSD], [https://www.trueos.org TrueOS], [https://www.dragonflybsd.org/ DragonFlyBSD] and [https://www.ghostbsd.org GhostBSD].
 
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; pc-sysinstall: pc-sysinstall is a back-end installer which is in [https://www.freebsd.org FreeBSD] and is used by [https://www.trueos.org TrueOS] and [https://www.ghostbsd.org GhostBSD].
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; pc-sysinstall: pc-sysinstall is a back-end installer which is in [https://www.freebsd.org FreeBSD], developed by [https://www.trueos.org TrueOS], [https://www.ghostbsd.org GhostBSD] and [http://www.project-trident.org/ Project Trident].
 
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gbi
gbi(Graphical BSD installer) is a GTK graphical front-end of pc-sysinstall installer developed for GhostBSD.
Networkmgr
Networkmgr is a graphical tool for network management for FreeBSD, TrueOS, DragonFlyBSD and GhostBSD.
pc-sysinstall
pc-sysinstall is a back-end installer which is in FreeBSD, developed by TrueOS, GhostBSD and Project Trident.