Difference between revisions of "Template:UseTOC/10.0"

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|2.4|Obtaining PC-BSD®
 
|2.4|Obtaining PC-BSD®
 
|2.5|Burning the Installation Media
 
|2.5|Burning the Installation Media
|2.6|PC-BSD® Live Mode
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|2.6|Using VirtualBox
|2.7|Using VirtualBox
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|3.|Installing PC-BSD®
 
|3.|Installing PC-BSD®
|3.1|Starting the PC-BSD® Installation
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|3.1|Language Selection Screen
|3.2|Language Selection Screen
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|3.2|System Selection Screen
|3.3|System Selection Screen
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|3.3|Disk Selection Screen
|3.4|Disk Selection Screen
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|3.4|Installation Progress Screen
|3.5|Installation Progress Screen
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|3.5|Installation Finished Screen
|3.6|Installation Finished Screen
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|4.|Post Installation Configuration and Installation Troubleshooting
 
|4.|Post Installation Configuration and Installation Troubleshooting
 
|4.1|Booting Into PC-BSD®
 
|4.1|Booting Into PC-BSD®
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|4.9|Installation Troubleshooting
 
|4.9|Installation Troubleshooting
 
|5.|Advanced Installation Topics
 
|5.|Advanced Installation Topics
|5.1|Install a Server
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|5.1|Using the Text Installer
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|5.2|Install a Server
 
|5.2|Convert a FreeBSD System to PC-BSD®
 
|5.2|Convert a FreeBSD System to PC-BSD®
 
|5.3|Using a Rolling Release
 
|5.3|Using a Rolling Release
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|5.5|Creating an Automated Installation with pc-sysinstall
 
|5.5|Creating an Automated Installation with pc-sysinstall
 
|6.|Desktops
 
|6.|Desktops
|6.1|GNOME2
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|6.1|KDE4
|6.2|KDE4
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|6.2|LXDE
|6.3|LXDE
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|6.3|Mate
 
|6.4|XFCE4
 
|6.4|XFCE4
 
|6.5|Awesome
 
|6.5|Awesome
|6.6|Fluxbox
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|6.6|Cinnamon
|6.7|FVWM
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|6.7|Fluxbox
|6.8|i3
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|6.8|FVWM
|6.9|IceWM
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|6.9|GNOME3
|6.10|Openbox
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|6.10|i3
|6.11|Ratpoison
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|6.11|IceWM
|6.12|spectrwm
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|6.12|Openbox
|6.13|WindowLab
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|6.13|Ratpoison
|6.14|Window Maker
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|6.14|spectrwm
|7.|Installing Applications and Keeping PC‑BSD® Updated
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|6.15|WindowLab
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|6.16|Window Maker
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|7.|Installing Applications and Keeping Up-to-Date
 
|7.1|AppCafe®
 
|7.1|AppCafe®
 
|7.2|Package Manager
 
|7.2|Package Manager
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|8.4|Boot Manager
 
|8.4|Boot Manager
 
|8.5|Hardware Compatibility
 
|8.5|Hardware Compatibility
|8.6|GDM Manager
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|8.6|Service Manager
|8.7|Service Manager
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|8.7|System Manager
|8.8|System Manager
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|8.8|User Manager
|8.9|User Manager
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|8.9|Bluetooth Manager
|8.10|Bluetooth Manager
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|8.10|Mount Tray
|8.11|Mount Tray
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|8.11|Sound Configuration
|8.12|Sound Configuration
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|8.12|Display
|8.13|Display
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|8.13|Disk Manager
 
|8.14|Printing
 
|8.14|Printing
 
|8.15|Scanner
 
|8.15|Scanner

Revision as of 02:30, 16 December 2013


Description

NOTE: Translators should localize the following templates used:

This damn spiffy template enables a centralized Handbook Table of Contents which can be used in multiple ways. It calls an entirely automagical NavHeader template which uses the chronological relationship in the page names within the UseTOC template to choose the back and forward links. The same ordered list provides the Table Of Contents page links and provides for the flat_html page. It necessarily works within the versioned page system, which means that this template will need to be duplicated for future versions.

Usage

{{UseTOC{{putVers}}|Nav}} invokes the NavHeader as below: (Sorry for the inconvenience)

Contents

{{UseTOC{{putVers}}|Toc}} invokes a list of Table Of Contents links similar to below:
Preface
1. Introduction

1.1 Goals and Features
1.2 What's New in 10.0
1.3 PC-BSD® Releases
1.4 PC-BSD® for Linux Users

{{UseTOC{{putVers}}|flat}} causes the flat_html page output.