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PC-BSD® can be installed from the installation media directly onto a hard drive or into a virtual machine using virtualization software such as  {{citelink|url=http://www.virtualbox.org/|txt=Virtualbox}}.
  
 
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PC-BSD® can be installed from the installation media directly onto a hard drive or into a virtual machine using virtualization software such as  {{citelink|url=http://www.virtualbox.org/|txt=Virtualbox}}. You can also try PC-BSD® without installing it by using {{local|link=PC-BSD® Live Mode}}.
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To begin the PC-BSD® installation, insert the boot media and boot the system. If the computer boots into an existing operating system instead of the installer, reboot and check your computer's BIOS program to ensure that the drive containing the installation media is listed first in the boot order. Save your BIOS changes and reboot.
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The installation of PC-BSD® is a fast, easy and straight-forward process. The graphical installer will take you step-by-step through the whole process by asking a few simple questions. Within a short period of time, your PC-BSD® system will be installed, configured, and ready to use. This section will walk you through the following installation steps:
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This chapter describes the following screens of the graphical installer:
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Revision as of 20:13, 4 November 2013

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 THIS IS FOR 10.0, THE GRAPHIC WILL BE UPDATED ONCE THE WALLPAPER IS READY 

PC-BSD® can be installed from the installation media directly onto a hard drive or into a virtual machine using virtualization software such as Virtualbox[1].

To begin the PC-BSD® installation, insert the boot media and boot the system. If the computer boots into an existing operating system instead of the installer, reboot and check your computer's BIOS program to ensure that the drive containing the installation media is listed first in the boot order. Save your BIOS changes and reboot.

Figure 3a: PC-BSD® Installer Boot Menu

The initial boot screen, shown in Figure 3a, offers a choice of using either the graphical or the text based installer. Unless you select otherwise, the graphical installer will load. To instead use the text based installer, use the down arrow to select that option.

This chapter describes the following screens of the graphical installer:

The text based installer is described in Using the Text Installer.


References


  1. http://www.virtualbox.org/
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