|OS family||Unix-like (BSD)|
|Source model||Open source|
|Latest release||(Rolling release) / August 14, 2017|
|Marketing target||General purpose|
|Kernel type||Monolithic with dynamically loadable modules|
|Default user interface||Command-line interface|
|License||Free software (FreeBSD License, FreeBSD Documentation License)|
PacBSD (formerly known as Arch BSD) was an operating system based on Arch Linux, but uses the FreeBSD kernel instead of the Linux kernel and the GNU userland. The PacBSD project began on an Arch Linux forum thread in April 2012. It aims to provide an Arch-like user environment, utilizing the OpenRC init system, the pacman package manager, and rolling-release.