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Table Release 9.0 [tables 1]
Page Main Heading SubHeading As Published Adjustment
21 2.6 Obtaining PC-BSD 2.6.1 Selecting Which File to Download There are two versions available for each type of file: one for 32-bit (i386) systems and one for 64-bit (amd64) systems. It is important that you download a file that matches your computer's processor type (32- or 64-bit). There are two versions available for each type of file: one for 32-bit (i386) systems and one for 64-bit (amd64) systems. It is important that you download a file that matches your computer's processor type (32- or 64-bit). Each media type includes a file, pcbsd-media which identifies the release version.
86 4.5 Dual Booting 4.5.3.1 Adding PC-BSD to Legacy GRUB Root: The root of the partition containing PC-BSD. In the above example, PC-BSD is installed on the first hard disk (hd0) and on the first partition (,1). Start counting your hard disk from zero (e.g. disk 0 for the first hard disk, disk 1 for the second hard disk) and your partition from one (e.g. 1 for the first partition on that disk, 2 for the second partition, etc.) Root: The root of the partition containing PC-BSD. In the above example, PC-BSD is installed on the first hard disk (hd0) and on the second partition (,1). Start counting your hard disk from zero (e.g. disk 0 for the first hard disk, disk 1 for the second hard disk) and your partition from zero (e.g. 0 for the first primary partition on that disk, 1 for the second primary partition, etc.)
86 4.5 Dual Booting 4.5.3.2 Adding PC-BSD to GRUB Version 2 If you installed PC-BSD on the first hard drive, in the 3rd primary partition, the entry would look something like this:}} If you installed PC-BSD on the first hard drive, in the 3rd primary partition, the entry in the file /etc/grub.d/40_custom would look something like this:
87 4.5 Dual Booting 4.5.3.2 Adding PC-BSD to GRUB Version 2 If you are trying to dual-boot with GRUB2 under Fedora 16, run grub2-mkconfig -o /boot/grub2/grub.cfg as the superuser. If you are trying to dual-boot with GRUB2 under Fedora 16 or Gentoo, run grub2-mkconfig -o /boot/grub2/grub.cfg as the superuser (Please note that if using Sabayon, you need to use grub-mkconfig instead of grub2-mkconfig).
Unverified content=To enable Chinese input, it may be necessary to create and/or edit the .xinitrc file in your home directory to add two lines:
1. export XMODIFIERS='@im=ibus'
2. GTK_IM_MODULE=ibus

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