PC-BSD® Life Cycle
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Revision as of 10:56, 22 May 2009 by Yerenkow
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'll use "Use Case" in a freeform.
- 1. User starts pc
- 2. OS goes by detect devices stage
- 3. Starting X
- 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
- 2a. If "disk checking" not needed, skip it
- 2b. If "Disk checking" needed, do it.
- 3a. Need setup X - start script
- 3b. Not need setup X - start pdm
- 3c. Not need setup X - start pdm, pdm failed - oops! PC-BSD currently not know what to do ;)