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The "About" icon of Control Panel can be used to quickly find information about the PC-BSD system. To start the application, double-click its icon in Control Panel or type '''about-gui'''. An example is seen in Figure 8.2a.
 
The "About" icon of Control Panel can be used to quickly find information about the PC-BSD system. To start the application, double-click its icon in Control Panel or type '''about-gui'''. An example is seen in Figure 8.2a.
  
<div style="overflow: hidden">[[File:About1.png|left|thumb|393px|'''Figure 8.2a: About Information''']] [[File:About1a.png|right|thumb|393px|'''Figure 8.2b: Determining the Versions of X and Installed Desktops''']]</div>
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The displayed information includes the version of PC-BSD®, the hostname of the system, the architecture, the name of the kernel (ident), the type of CPU, and the amount of installed memory.
  
The displayed information includes the version of PC-BSD, the hostname of the system, the architecture where i386 equals 32-bit and amd64 equals 64-bit, the name of the kernel (ident), the type of CPU, and the amount of installed memory.  
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If you click the “System components” button, the X.org version and release versions of the PC-BSD command line and graphical utilities will be displayed, as seen in the example shown in Figure 8.2b.
  
If you click the "Components" button, the X.org version and installed desktop components will be displayed, as seen in the example shown in Figure 8.2b.
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If you click "Back" and then the "Desktop environments" button, the currently installed desktops and their versions will be displayed, as seen in the example in Figure 8.2c. If you wish to install additional desktops, use {{local|link=Package Manager}}.
  
If you wish to install additional desktops, use the [[System_Manager#Install.2FUninstall_Desktops_and_System_Components | System Packages tab of System Manager]].
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<div style="overflow: hidden">[[File:About1d.png|left|thumb|343px|'''Figure 8.2a: About Information''']] [[File:About2c.png|thumb|343px|'''Figure 8.2b: System Components Screen''']] [[File:About3c.png|right|thumb|343px|'''Figure 8.2c: Desktop Environments Screen''']]</div>
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Latest revision as of 01:14, 18 December 2013



The "About" icon of Control Panel can be used to quickly find information about the PC-BSD system. To start the application, double-click its icon in Control Panel or type about-gui. An example is seen in Figure 8.2a.

The displayed information includes the version of PC-BSD®, the hostname of the system, the architecture, the name of the kernel (ident), the type of CPU, and the amount of installed memory.

If you click the “System components” button, the X.org version and release versions of the PC-BSD command line and graphical utilities will be displayed, as seen in the example shown in Figure 8.2b.

If you click "Back" and then the "Desktop environments" button, the currently installed desktops and their versions will be displayed, as seen in the example in Figure 8.2c. If you wish to install additional desktops, use Package Manager.

Figure 8.2a: About Information
Figure 8.2b: System Components Screen
Figure 8.2c: Desktop Environments Screen


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