However, unfortunately, the Table of contents may also be broken, and there may be other unforeseen breakage primarily in the handbook portion of the wiki.
Presently the 10.1 Table Of Contents is being "reconstructed" becoming incrementally fixed while the other handbook versions may have various breakage.
Using the Text Installer/10.0
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If you prefer to perform an installation using an ncurses menu rather than a full graphical installer, select the option "Text Install/Emergency Console" from the installer boot menu shown in Figure 3a. Once the installer finishes loading, you will see the screen shown in Figure 5.1a.
Figure 5.1a: Text Installation Menu
This initial menu provides the following options:
- install: continues the installation using the text-based installer.
- xorg: launches the graphical installer described in Installing PC-BSD®.
- vesa: launches the graphical installer in VESA mode.
- utility: launches the menu described in Using the System Utilities Menu.
- reboot: exits the installer and reboots the system.
Use the up/down arrows to make selections then press enter to continue with the selection. If you keep the default selection of "install", you will be prompted to install a desktop or a server in the screen shown in Figure 5.1b.
Figure 5.1b: Select Desktop or Server
After making a selection and pressing enter, the next screen will display the available disks on the system. In the example shown in Figure 5.1c, one disk is available.
Figure 5.1c: Select Installation Disk
Select the disk to install into and press enter. In the next screen, the installer will display all available primary partitions. In the example shown in Figure 5.1d, their is only one primary partition on one disk and the installer has selected the default of installing to the entire disk. If you have multiple primary partitions and disks, carefully select the disk and partition to install to.
Figure 5.1d: Select Primary Partition
The next screen, shown in Figure 5.1e, is used to select which, if any, boot manager to use. The default is to use GRUB as it is required to support multiple boot environments. If you select BSD, the FreeBSD boot manager will be installed and if you select none, no boot manager will be installed. Note that BSD and none do not support boot environments.
Figure 5.1e: Select Boot Manager
The next screen, shown in Figure 5.1f, allows you to start the installation, edit the installation parameters, go through the installer screens again, or quit the installer.
Figure 5.1f: Review Installation Options
If you wish to change any of the installation parameters, select edit to see the screen shown in Figure 5.1g.
Figure 5.1g: Edit Menu
To change the disk to install into, select disk. This will re-open the screens shown in Figures 5.1c, 5.1d, and 5.1e, and then return you to the screen shown in Figure 5.1g.
To modify the default ZFS layout, select zfs which will open the screen shown in Figure 5.1h.
Figure 5.1h: ZFS Layout