Note: This section is still very sparse, though we are hoping, of course, that companies will add to it! :) The FreeBSD group has no financial interest in any of the companies listed here but simply lists them as a public service (and feels that commercial interest in FreeBSD can have very positive effects on FreeBSD's long-term viability). We encourage commercial software vendors to send their entries here for inclusion. See the Vendors page for a longer list.
The Open Group has released the source code to Motif. You can install the x11-toolkits/open-motif package, or compile it from ports. Refer to the ports section of the Handbook for more information on how to do this.
Note: The Open Motif distribution only allows redistribution if it is running on an open source operating system.
In addition, there are commercial distributions of the Motif software available. These, however, are not for free, but their license allows them to be used in closed-source software. Contact Apps2go for the least expensive ELF Motif 2.1.20 distribution for FreeBSD (i386™).
There are two distributions, the “development edition” and the “runtime edition” (for much less). These distributions includes:
OSF/Motif manager, xmbind, panner, wsm.
Development kit with uil, mrm, xm, xmcxx, include and Imake files.
Static and dynamic ELF libraries.
Be sure to specify that you want the FreeBSD version of Motif when ordering (do not forget to mention the architecture you want too)! Versions for NetBSD and OpenBSD are also sold by Apps2go. This is currently a FTP only download.
Yes. Instructions on how to set up Linux® Oracle on FreeBSD can be found under http://www.shadowcom.net/freebsd-oracle9i/.