Diff for /wikisrc/guide/boot.mdwn between versions 1.10 and 1.12

version 1.10, 2020/10/03 06:08:56 version 1.12, 2020/10/03 08:04:02
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 ## System time  ## System time
   
 NetBSD, like all Unix systems, uses a system clock based on Greenwich time (GMT)  NetBSD, like all Unix systems, uses a system clock based on UTC
 and this is what you should set your system clock to. If you want to keep the  and this is what you should set your system clock to. If you want to keep the
 system clock set to the local time (because, for example, you have a dual boot  system clock set to the local time (because, for example, you have a dual boot
 system with Windows installed), you must notify NetBSD by adding  system with Windows installed), you must notify NetBSD by adding
Line 459  install it manually. Line 459  install it manually.
    server, and Firefox web browser, as well as all the packages they depend on.     server, and Firefox web browser, as well as all the packages they depend on.
   
    It is recommended you install and use pkgin for most non-trivial package     It is recommended you install and use pkgin for most non-trivial package
    management tasks, and managing upgrades:     management tasks, and managing upgrades. pkgin can be installed from the
      post-installation configuration menu in 
      [[!template id=man name="sysinst" section="8"]], or afterwards using
      [[!template id=man name="pkg_add" section="1"]] on a live system.
   
        # pkg_add -v pkgin         # pkg_add -v pkgin
   

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