GhostBSD 11.1 Finally Ready and Available!

After a year of development, testing, debugging and working on our software package repository, we are pleased to announce the release of GhostBSD 11.1 is now available on 64-bit(amb64) architecture with MATE and XFCE Desktop on direct and torrent download. With 11.1 we drop 32-bit i386 supports, and we currently maintain our software packages repository for more stability.

What's new on GhostBSD 11.1

  • GhostBSD software repository
  • Support VMware Workstation Guest Features
  • New UFS full disk mirroring option on the installer
  • New UFS full disk  MBR and GPT option on the installer
  • New UFS full disk  swap size option on the installer
  • Whisker Menu as default Application menu on XFCE
  • All software developed by GhostBSD is now getting updated
  • ZFS configuration for disk

What has been fixed on 11.1?

  • Fix XFCE sound plugin
  • Installer ZFS configuration file setting
  • Installer ZFS setup appears to be incomplete
  • The installer was not listing ZFS disk correctly.
  • The installer The partition list was not deleted when pressing back
  • XFCE and MATE shutdown/suspend/hibernate randomly missing
  • Clicking 'GhostBSD Bugs' item in the Main menu -> 'System Tools' brings up 'Server not found' page
  • XFCE installation - incorrect keyboard layout
  • Locale setting not filling correctly
  • Update Station tray icon

Where to download?

The image checksum's, hybrid ISO(DVD, USB) images are available at

Writing the iso to a USB stick



dd if=GhostBSD11.1-mate-amd64.iso of=/dev/da0 bs=1m

On Linux

dd if=GhostBSD11.1-mate-amd64.iso of=/dev/sdf bs=1M

On Mac

dd if=GhostBSD11.1-mate-amd64.iso of=/dev/disk2 bs=1024

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Reporting issues

We encourage you to use our project management system to report bugs

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