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On this page we try to describe a life cycle of an average PC-BSD from boot to shutdown, find a weak places, and think about some improvements.
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On this page we try to describe a life cycle of an average PC-BSD® from boot to shutdown, find a weak places, and think about some improvements.
  
 
I will use "Use Case" in a freeform.
 
I will use "Use Case" in a freeform.
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## Need setup X - start script
 
## Need setup X - start script
 
## Not need setup X - start pdm
 
## Not need setup X - start pdm
## Not need setup X - start pdm, pdm failed - oops! PC-BSD currently not know what to do ;)
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## Not need setup X - start pdm, pdm failed - oops! PC-BSD® currently not know what to do ;)
 
# Displaying login screen
 
# Displaying login screen
 
# Logging in (setting sound levels)
 
# Logging in (setting sound levels)

Revision as of 04:46, 23 August 2012

On this page we try to describe a life cycle of an average PC-BSD® from boot to shutdown, find a weak places, and think about some improvements.

I will use "Use Case" in a freeform.

  1. User starts pc
  2. OS goes by detect devices stage
    1. If "disk checking" not needed, skip it.
    2. If "Disk checking" needed, do it.
  3. Starting X
    1. Need setup X - start script
    2. Not need setup X - start pdm
    3. Not need setup X - start pdm, pdm failed - oops! PC-BSD® currently not know what to do ;)
  4. Displaying login screen
  5. Logging in (setting sound levels)
  6. Start Update checker, some GUI services (?)
  7. Running various programs, scripts, etc
  8. Switching user (actually we should view login screen again)
  9. Logging in (setting sound levels again)
  10. Start Update checker, some GUI services (again)
  11. Shut down pc
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