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Once PC-BSD is installed, it will boot into the new operating system. If you are dual-booting PC-BSD, you may need to first add an entry to your boot loader menu. The section on [[Dual Booting]] describes how to add entries to GAG, Grub, and EasyBCD.
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During first boot, the installer will provide some additional screens so that you can configure your system.
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Once PC-BSD® is installed, it will reboot into the new operating system.  
  
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If you are dual-booting PC-BSD®, you may need to first add an entry to your boot loader menu. The section on [[Dual Booting]] describes how to add a PC-BSD® entry to the GAG, GRUB, and EasyBCD boot loader programs.
  
This section describes the following post-installation steps, as well as some troubleshooting tips for failed installations.
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The first time PC-BSD® boots, a background script checks the PC-BSD® mirror servers and automatically configures the system to use the fastest mirror. If you find that you have connectivity issues using AppCafe® or Update Manager, it may mean that your default mirror is temporarily unavailable. You can change the mirror setting in [[System Manager#Setting an Update Mirror | ''System Manager'' ➜ ''Mirrors'']].
  
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Once the PC-BSD® system has finished booting for the first time, the installer will present you with some additional screens so that you can configure your system. This section describes the following post-installation steps and provides some troubleshooting tips for failed installations.
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Revision as of 17:30, 12 September 2012

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Once PC-BSD® is installed, it will reboot into the new operating system.

If you are dual-booting PC-BSD®, you may need to first add an entry to your boot loader menu. The section on Dual Booting describes how to add a PC-BSD® entry to the GAG, GRUB, and EasyBCD boot loader programs.

The first time PC-BSD® boots, a background script checks the PC-BSD® mirror servers and automatically configures the system to use the fastest mirror. If you find that you have connectivity issues using AppCafe® or Update Manager, it may mean that your default mirror is temporarily unavailable. You can change the mirror setting in System ManagerMirrors.

Once the PC-BSD® system has finished booting for the first time, the installer will present you with some additional screens so that you can configure your system. This section describes the following post-installation steps and provides some troubleshooting tips for failed installations.

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