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Like many open source projects, PC-BSD® has an IRC channel[1] to connect supporters and users. To get connected, use the following information in your IRC client:

  • Server name: irc.freenode.net
  • Channel name: #pcbsd (note that the # is required)

AppCafe® has an IRC category where you can find PBIs for IRC clients. If you do not wish to install an IRC client, you can instead use the the web interface to #pcbsd[2].

IRC is a great way to chat with other users and get answers to your questions. A few things to keep in mind if you ask a question on IRC:

  • Most of the regular users are always logged in, even when they are away from their computer or are busy doing other computing tasks. If you do not get an answer right away, do not get mad, leave the channel and never come back again. Stick around for a while to see if anyone responds.
  • IRC users represent many different time zones. It is quite possible that it is late at night or very early in the morning for some users when you ask a question.
  • Do not post error messages in the channel as the IRC software will probably kick you out for flooding and it is considered to be bad etiquette. Instead, use a pasting service such as pastebin[3] and refer to the URL on channel.
  • Be polite and do not demand that others answer your question.
  • It is considered rude to DM (direct message) someone who does not know you. If no one answers your question, do not start DMing people you do not know.
  • The first time you join a channel, it is okay to say hi and introduce yourself.


  1. http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_Relay_Chat
  2. http://pcbsd.org/community/join-us-on-pcbsd
  3. http://www.pastebin.com
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