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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.
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The first time PC-BSD boots, a background script which checks the PC-BSD mirror servers and automatically configures the system to use the fastest mirror. You can change this setting later in [[System_Manager#Setting_an_Update_Mirror | System Manager -> Mirrors]].
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Once PC-BSD® is installed, it will reboot into the new operating system.  
  
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, as well as some troubleshooting tips for failed installations.
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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.
  
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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

(Sorry for the inconvenience)

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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