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|0|Preface| 1.|Introduction| 1.1|Goals and Features| 1.2|What's New| 1.3|PC-BSD® Releases| 1.4|PC-BSD® for Linux Users| 2.|Pre-Installation Tasks| 2.1|Hardware Requirements| 2.2|Laptops| 2.3|Partitioning the Hard Drive| 2.4|Obtaining PC-BSD®| 2.5|Burning the Installation Media| 2.6|PC-BSD® Live Mode| 2.7|Using VirtualBox| 3.|Installing PC-BSD®| 3.1|Starting the PC-BSD® Installation| 3.2|Language Selection Screen| 3.3|System Selection Screen| 3.4|Disk Selection Screen| 3.5|Installation Progress Screen| 3.6|Installation Finished Screen| 4.|Post Installation Configuration and Installation Troubleshooting| 4.1|Booting Into PC-BSD®| 4.2|Language Screen| 4.3|Time Zone Selection Screen| 4.4|Set Root Password Screen| 4.5|Create a User Screen| 4.6|Connect to a Wireless Network| 4.7|Post Install Finished Screen| 4.8|Logging In| 4.9|Installation Troubleshooting| 5.|Advanced Installation Topics| 5.1|Install a Server| 5.2|Convert a FreeBSD System to PC-BSD®| 5.3|Using a Rolling Release| 5.4|Dual Booting| 5.5|Creating an Automated Installation with pc-sysinstall| 6.|Desktops| 6.1|GNOME2| 6.2|KDE4| 6.3|LXDE| 6.4|XFCE4| 6.5|Awesome| 6.6|Fluxbox| 6.7|FVWM| 6.8|i3| 6.9|IceWM| 6.10|Openbox| 6.11|Ratpoison| 6.12|spectrwm| 6.13|WindowLab| 6.14|Window Maker| 7.|Installing Applications and Keeping PC‑BSD® Updated| 7.1|AppCafe®| 7.2|Package Manager| 7.3|Update Manager| 7.4|PBI Manager| 7.5|pkgng and pc-metapkgmanager| 7.6|pc-updatemanager| 8.|Control Panel| 8.1|EasyPBI2| 8.2|About| 8.3|Active Directory & LDAP| 8.4|Boot Manager| 8.5|Hardware Compatibility| 8.6|GDM Manager| 8.7|Service Manager| 8.8|System Manager| 8.9|User Manager| 8.10|Bluetooth Manager| 8.11|Mount Tray| 8.12|Sound Configuration| 8.13|Display| 8.14|Printing| 8.15|Scanner| 8.16|Network Configuration| 8.17|Firewall Manager| 8.18|Adobe Flash Player preferences| 8.19|Life Preserver| 8.20|PC-BSD® Bug Reporting| 8.21|Warden®| 9.|Using PC-BSD®| 9.1|Java, Flash, and Fonts| 9.2|Multimedia| 9.3|Files and File Sharing| 9.4|MythTV| 9.5|XBMC| 9.6|Windows Emulation| 9.7|Remote Desktop| 9.8|Thin Client| 9.9|Security| 9.10|Accessibility| 9.11|Create Your Own PBI Repository| 10.|Finding Help| 10.1|PC-BSD® Forums| 10.2|IRC Channel| 10.3|Mailing Lists| 10.4|FreeBSD Handbook and FAQ| 10.5|Social Media| 10.6|Search and Portals| 10.7|Other Resources| 11.|Supporting PC-BSD®| 11.1|Become a Beta Tester| 11.2|Become a Translator| 11.3|Become a Developer| 11.4|Submit PBI Requests| 11.5|Test PBIs| 11.6|PBI Module Builder Guide|alt=Create PBIs| 11.7|Purchase PC-BSD® Swag| 11.8|Become an Advocate| |


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1.1 Goals and Features
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1.3 PC-BSD® Releases
1.4 PC-BSD® for Linux Users

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