This is the one I think we've all been waiting for. In Installing and Configuring PC-BSD - Part 3, Michael R.M. David helps us get the Thunderbird e-mail client going and playing nicely with GPG public key encryption using the enigmail extension. He also shows us how to get the gFTP client installed and running, but best of all he provides info and scripts for getting OpenOffice.org installed on our freshly minted PC-BSD/FreeBSD operating systems! What's an open source Desktop without OpenOffice? :-)
Once again. handy build scripts and screenshots are provided. Stay tuned for part four of this on-going series. Again, many thanks Michael for this excellent series!
PS. For those who missed them, you can find the first two articles here: