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I needed to enlarge the drive on a KACE VMware appliance today, after booting a Linux live CD, realized it was based on FreeBSD. GParted doesn't allow the resizing of ufs partitions. Grabbed myself a GhostBSD ISO and booted to do the job. I haven't used any BSD for years, but I will say this was a nice little distro with a beautiful, sleek MATE desktop. I don't plan on switching away from Linux (and POP!_OS), but if I did, I'd give this one a whirl.