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FreeBSD 6.2 will be installed. Now you need to configure it.
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# Press Enter at the OK prompt when installation is complete.
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# Press [Yes] Enter to configure an Ethernet address.
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# Press [Ok] Enter to configure the first ethernet card.
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# Press [No] Enter when asked if you want to configure an IPv6 interface.
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# Press [Yes] Enter when asked if you want to configure with DHCP.
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# Press [No] Enter when asked if you want to be a network gateway.
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# Press [No] Enter when asked if you want to configure inetd.
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# Press [No] Enter when asked if you want to enable SSH login.
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# Press [No] Enter when asked if you want to have anonymous FTP.
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# Press [No] Enter when asked if you want to configure the machine as an NFS server.
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# Press [No] Enter when asked if you want to configure the machine as an NFS client.
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# Press [No] Enter when asked if you want to customize the system console settings.
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# Press [Yes] Enter when asked if you want to set the machine's time zone.
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# Press [No] Enter when asked if the machine's system clock is in UTC.
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# Select your region and press [OK] Enter
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# Select your country and press [OK] Enter
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# If you are in the US, Select your time zone and press [OK] Enter
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# Press [Yes] Enter to confirm the time zone.
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# Select [No] Enter when asked if you need Linux compatibility.
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Revision as of 17:57, 23 August 2007

FreeBSD

This section describes how to set up a FreeBSD system as a disk imaging system.

Install FreeBSD 6.2 on a new computer

  1. Boot the FreeBSD 6.2 CDROM
  2. Hit return to boot the Default
  3. Hit return to select "United States" (or chose your country)
  4. Hit down-arrow and hit return to select "standard install"

Setting up the partition table:

  1. Enter to select "OK." If the geometry is incorrect, enter "OK" to accept.
  2. If there are any partitions, use the up and down arrows to select them and press "d" to delete them.
  3. press "a" to use All of the disk.
  4. press "q" to finish
  5. press the down arrow and hit Enter to select the Standard MBR (no boot manager)

Setting up the FreeBSD partitions:

  1. Press "enter" at the OK prompt.
  2. Press "a" for auto-defaults
  3. Press "q" to accept

Choosing what to install:

  1. Press the down arrow and Enter to select "all" software
  2. Press Enter at the "yes"
  3. Press the up arrow and press Enter to Exit
  4. Press Enter to select CD/DVD
  5. Press Enter to confirm

FreeBSD 6.2 will be installed. Now you need to configure it.

  1. Press Enter at the OK prompt when installation is complete.
  2. Press [Yes] Enter to configure an Ethernet address.
  3. Press [Ok] Enter to configure the first ethernet card.
  4. Press [No] Enter when asked if you want to configure an IPv6 interface.
  5. Press [Yes] Enter when asked if you want to configure with DHCP.
  6. Press [No] Enter when asked if you want to be a network gateway.
  7. Press [No] Enter when asked if you want to configure inetd.
  8. Press [No] Enter when asked if you want to enable SSH login.
  9. Press [No] Enter when asked if you want to have anonymous FTP.
  10. Press [No] Enter when asked if you want to configure the machine as an NFS server.
  11. Press [No] Enter when asked if you want to configure the machine as an NFS client.
  12. Press [No] Enter when asked if you want to customize the system console settings.
  13. Press [Yes] Enter when asked if you want to set the machine's time zone.
  14. Press [No] Enter when asked if the machine's system clock is in UTC.
  15. Select your region and press [OK] Enter
  16. Select your country and press [OK] Enter
  17. If you are in the US, Select your time zone and press [OK] Enter
  18. Press [Yes] Enter to confirm the time zone.
  19. Select [No] Enter when asked if you need Linux compatibility.


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