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Latest revision as of 15:09, 21 November 2013

Contents


Preface
Preface

Introduction

Introduction


Goals and Features

Goals and Features


What's New in 10.0

The following features or enhancements were introduced in PC-BSD® :

  • Support for detecting AMD/Intel and NVIDIA/Intel hybrid laptops has been added, allowing X to be started on the secondary Intel chipset.
  • The rolling update model for keeping packages up-to-date has been fine-tuned to allow for two different profiles. If the system is set to "Production" (the default), packages are updated quarterly. If the system is set to "Edge", new packages are available for testing approximately every two weeks. The profile can be changed in the Misc tab of System Manager.
  • The installation ISO can now be written to either a DVD or a USB removable drive. This means that only one file needs to be downloaded, regardless of the installation media.
  • A text based installer has been added. When booting into the installer, the initial boot menu can be used to select either the graphical or the text installer.
  • Due to size limitations, XBMC have been removed from the installation media. It can be installed afterwards using Package Manager.
  • MythTV has been removed due to build problems in the underlying port. A PBI for Plex MediaServer[1] is available, which provides many more features.
  • The Cinnamon, GNOME3, and Mate desktops have been added. The GNOME2 desktop has been removed as MATE is its functional replacement.
  • The installer now provides an option to install to an SSD device and will automatically disable swap and the ZFS atime option for SSD installations.
  • The installer now supports stamping the boot disk with the GRUB2 boot loader, the FreeBSD boot loader, or no boot loader. Note that the default of GRUB2 is needed in order to use boot environments.
  • New options have been added to pc-metapkgmanager to list only installed meta-packages and to list a meta-packages dependencies.
  • PBIs are now built using packages instead of ports which significantly reduces the time needed to build PBIs and a local copy of the ports tree is no longer required in order to create new PBI modules. The screens in EasyPBI2 have been modified to reflect these changes.
  • The PC-BSD® Display Manager (PCDM) is now the login manager. This BSD-licensed program was developed to support multiple desktops, keyboard layouts, and localization. GDM Manager has been replaced by Login Manager which is now used to configure automatic logins.
  • Update Center has been added to Control Panel. This beta utility provides details about updates to system utilities, PBIs, and packages in one place.
  • A Disk Manager for managing ZFS pools, datasets, and options has been added to Control Panel.
  • The Life Preserver GUI has been rewritten to make it easier than ever to backup the system and to restore individual files or directories. A time slider tab makes it easy to browse for earlier versions of files. A classic backups option has been added to make it easy to create a tarball of a selected user's home directory.



PC-BSD® Releases

PC-BSD® Releases


PC-BSD® for Linux Users

PC-BSD® for Linux Users


Pre-Installation Tasks

Pre-Installation Tasks


Hardware Requirements

Hardware Requirements


Laptops

Laptops


Partitioning the Hard Drive

Partitioning the Hard Drive


Obtaining PC-BSD®

Obtaining PC-BSD®


Burning the Installation Media

Burning the Installation Media


Using VirtualBox

Using VirtualBox


Installing PC-BSD®

Installing PC-BSD®


Language Selection Screen

Language Selection Screen


System Selection Screen

System Selection Screen


Disk Selection Screen

Disk Selection Screen


Installation Progress Screen

Installation Progress Screen


Installation Finished Screen

Installation Finished Screen


Post Installation Configuration and Installation Troubleshooting

Post Installation Configuration and Installation Troubleshooting


Booting Into PC-BSD®

Booting Into PC-BSD®


Language Screen

Language Screen


Time Zone Selection Screen

Time Zone Selection Screen


Set Root Password Screen

Set Root Password Screen


Create a User Screen

Create a User Screen


Connect to a Wireless Network

Connect to a Wireless Network


Post Install Finished Screen

Post Install Finished Screen


Logging In

Logging In


Installation Troubleshooting

Installation Troubleshooting


Advanced Installation Topics

Advanced Installation Topics


Using the Text Installer

Using the Text Installer


Install a Server

Install a Server


Convert a FreeBSD System to PC-BSD®

Convert a FreeBSD System to PC-BSD®


Using a Rolling Release

Using a Rolling Release


Dual Booting

Dual Booting


Creating an Automated Installation with pc-sysinstall

Creating an Automated Installation with pc-sysinstall


Desktops

Desktops


GNOME2

GNOME2


KDE4

KDE4


LXDE

LXDE


XFCE4

XFCE4


Awesome

Awesome


Fluxbox

Fluxbox


FVWM

FVWM


i3

I3


IceWM

IceWM


Openbox

Openbox


Ratpoison

Ratpoison


spectrwm

Spectrwm


WindowLab

WindowLab


Window Maker

Window Maker


Installing Applications and Keeping Up-to-Date

Installing Applications and Keeping Up-to-Date


AppCafe®

AppCafe®


Package Manager

Package Manager


Update Manager

Update Manager


PBI Manager

PBI Manager


pkgng and pc-metapkgmanager

Pkgng and pc-metapkgmanager


pc-updatemanager

Pc-updatemanager


Control Panel

Control Panel


EasyPBI2

EasyPBI2


About

About


Active Directory & LDAP

Active Directory & LDAP


Boot Manager

Boot Manager


Hardware Compatibility

Hardware Compatibility


GDM Manager

GDM Manager


Service Manager

Service Manager


System Manager

System Manager


User Manager

User Manager


Bluetooth Manager

Bluetooth Manager


Mount Tray

Mount Tray


Sound Configuration

Sound Configuration


Display

Display


Disk Manager

Disk Manager


Printing

Printing


Scanner

Scanner


Network Configuration

Network Configuration


Firewall Manager

Firewall Manager


Adobe Flash Player preferences

Adobe Flash Player preferences


Life Preserver

Life Preserver


PC-BSD® Bug Reporting

PC-BSD® Bug Reporting


Warden®

Warden®


Using PC-BSD®

Using PC-BSD®


Java, Flash, and Fonts

Java, Flash, and Fonts


Multimedia

Multimedia


Files and File Sharing

Files and File Sharing


MythTV

MythTV


XBMC

XBMC


Windows Emulation

Windows Emulation


Remote Desktop

Remote Desktop


Thin Client

Thin Client


Security

Security


Accessibility

Accessibility


Create Your Own PBI Repository

Create Your Own PBI Repository


Finding Help

Finding Help


PC-BSD® Forums

PC-BSD® Forums


IRC Channel

IRC Channel


Mailing Lists

Mailing Lists


FreeBSD Handbook and FAQ

FreeBSD Handbook and FAQ


Social Media

Social Media


Search and Portals

Search and Portals


Other Resources

Other Resources


Supporting PC-BSD®

Supporting PC-BSD®


Become a Beta Tester

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Become a Translator

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Become a Developer

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Submit PBI Requests

Submit PBI Requests


Test PBIs

Test PBIs


Create PBIs

PBI Module Builder Guide


Purchase PC-BSD® Swag

Purchase PC-BSD® Swag


Become an Advocate

Become an Advocate

References


  1. https://plex.tv/

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