Diff for /wikisrc/guide/boot.mdwn between versions 1.7 and 1.10

version 1.7, 2016/07/04 05:44:30 version 1.10, 2020/10/03 06:08:56
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  * Set `rc_configured=YES` (this modification should already have been done by   * Set `rc_configured=YES` (this modification should already have been done by
    the installation software.)     the installation software.)
  * Set `dhclient=YES` to configure your system's network using DHCP.   * Set `dhcpcd=YES` to configure your system's network using DHCP.
  * Define a `hostname` for your machine (use a fully qualified hostname, i.e.,   * Define a `hostname` for your machine (use a fully qualified hostname, i.e.,
    one including domain). If you have a standalone machine you can use any name     one including domain). If you have a standalone machine you can use any name
    (for example, `vigor3.your.domain`). If your machine is connected to a     (for example, `vigor3.your.domain`). If your machine is connected to a
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  * See the [list of available   * See the [list of available
    packages](http://ftp.netbsd.org/pub/pkgsrc/current/pkgsrc/README-all.html)     packages](http://ftp.netbsd.org/pub/pkgsrc/current/pkgsrc/README-all.html)
   
  * Precompiled binaries are available on the NetBSD FTP server for some ports.   * Precompiled binaries are available on the NetBSD FTP server for many ports.
    To install them the `PKG_PATH` variable needs to be adjusted in the following     To install them the `PKG_PATH` variable needs to be adjusted in the following
    way (under the     way (under the
    [[!template id=man name="sh" section="1"]] shell):     [[!template id=man name="sh" section="1"]] shell):
   
        # export PKG_PATH="http://ftp.NetBSD.org/pub/pkgsrc/packages/NetBSD/$(uname -m)/$(uname -r)/All"         # export PKG_PATH="http://ftp.NetBSD.org/pub/pkgsrc/packages/NetBSD/$(uname -p)/$(uname -r)/All"
        # export PKG_PATH         # export PKG_PATH
   
    Applications can now be installed by `root` with the pkg\_add command:     Applications can now be installed by `root` with the pkg\_add command:
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        # pkg_add -v perl         # pkg_add -v perl
        # pkg_add -v apache         # pkg_add -v apache
        # pkg_add -v firefox         # pkg_add -v firefox
        # pkg_add -v kde  
   
    The above commands will install the Perl programming language, Apache web     The above commands will install the Perl programming language, Apache web
    server, Firefox web browser and the KDE desktop environment as well as all     server, and Firefox web browser, as well as all the packages they depend on.
    the packages they depend on.  
   
    Installed applications can be updated in the following way:     It is recommended you install and use pkgin for most non-trivial package
      management tasks, and managing upgrades:
   
        # pkg_add -uv firefox         # pkg_add -v pkgin
   
    The following command will force an update of firefox and all of its     It maintains a local database of packages that are on the remote server,
    dependencies:     you can fetch the database with:
   
        # pkg_add -fuuv firefox  
   
    All details about package management can be found in [*The pkgsrc  
    guide*](http://www.NetBSD.org/docs/pkgsrc/index.html)  
   
  * Maybe you already installed  
    [pkgtools/pkgin](http://pkgsrc.se/pkgtools/pkgin). `sysinst` provides an  
    option to install pkgin (if not, you can install it like any other software).  
    `pkgin` is a binary package manager, but more sophisticated than `pkg_add`.  
    It maintains a database of packages on the server you can fetch with:  
   
        # pkgin update         # pkgin update
   
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        # pkgin install fscd         # pkgin install fscd
   
      To upgrade installed packages:
   
          # pkgin upgrade
   
    You should read the manpage to know about more actions you can do with pkgin.     You should read the manpage to know about more actions you can do with pkgin.
   
 ### Storing third-party software  ### Storing third-party software
Line 508  administrator. Line 500  administrator.
 By the time that you have installed your system, it is quite likely that bugs in  By the time that you have installed your system, it is quite likely that bugs in
 the release have been found. All significant and easily fixed problems will be  the release have been found. All significant and easily fixed problems will be
 reported at  reported at
 [http://www.NetBSD.org/support/security/](http://www.NetBSD.org/support/security/).  <http://www.NetBSD.org/support/security/>.
 It is recommended that you check this page regularly.  It is recommended that you check this page regularly.
   
 ## Stopping and rebooting the system  ## Stopping and rebooting the system

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