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Pressing <keycap>Esc</keycap> will exit this menu and use the default keymap. If the choice of keymap is not clear, <guimenuitem>United States of America ISO-8859-1</guimenuitem> is also a safe option.
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<literal>Verbose</literal>: Toggle this option to <literal>On</literal> to see more detailed messages during the boot process. This can be useful when troubleshooting a piece of hardware.
After making the needed selections, press <keycap>1</keycap> or <keycap>Backspace</keycap> to return to the main boot menu, then press <keycap>Enter</keycap> to continue booting into FreeBSD. A series of boot messages will appear as FreeBSD carries out its hardware device probes and loads the installation program. Once the boot is complete, the welcome menu shown in <xref linkend="bsdinstall-choose-mode"/> will be displayed.
Welcome Menu
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Press <keycap>Enter</keycap> to select the default of <guibutton>[ Install ]</guibutton> to enter the installer. The rest of this chapter describes how to use this installer. Otherwise, use the right or left arrows or the colorized letter to select the desired menu item. The <guibutton>[ Shell ]</guibutton> can be used to access a FreeBSD shell in order to use command line utilities to prepare the disks before installation. The <guibutton>[ Live CD ]</guibutton> option can be used to try out FreeBSD before installing it. The live version is described in <xref linkend="using-live-cd"/>.
To review the boot messages, including the hardware device probe, press the upper- or lower-case <keycap>S</keycap> and then <keycap>Enter</keycap> to access a shell. At the shell prompt, type <command>more /var/run/dmesg.boot</command> and use the space bar to scroll through the messages. When finished, type <command>exit</command> to return to the welcome menu.
Using <application>bsdinstall</application>
This section shows the order of the <application>bsdinstall</application> menus and the type of information that will be asked before the system is installed. Use the arrow keys to highlight a menu option, then <keycap>Space</keycap> to select or deselect that menu item. When finished, press <keycap>Enter</keycap> to save the selection and move onto the next screen.
Selecting the Keymap Menu
Before starting the process, <application>bsdinstall</application> will load the keymap files as show in <xref linkend="bsdinstall-keymap-loading"/>.
Keymap Loading
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After the keymaps have been loaded <application>bsdinstall</application> displays the menu shown in <xref linkend="bsdinstall-keymap-10"/>. Use the up and down arrows to select the keymap that most closely represents the mapping of the keyboard attached to the system. Press <keycap>Enter</keycap> to save the selection.
Keymap Selection Menu
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Pressing <keycap>Esc</keycap> will exit this menu and use the default keymap. If the choice of keymap is not clear, <guimenuitem>United States of America ISO-8859-1</guimenuitem> is also a safe option.
In addition, when selecting a different keymap, the user can try the keymap and ensure it is correct before proceeding as shown in <xref linkend="bsdinstall-keymap-testing"/>.
Keymap Testing Menu
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Setting the Hostname
The next <application>bsdinstall</application> menu is used to set the hostname for the newly installed system.
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Type in a hostname that is unique for the network. It should be a fully-qualified hostname, such as <systemitem class="fqdomainname">machine3.example.com</systemitem>.
Selecting Components to Install
Next, <application>bsdinstall</application> will prompt to select optional components to install.
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Deciding which components to install will depend largely on the intended use of the system and the amount of disk space available. The FreeBSD kernel and userland, collectively known as the <firstterm>base system</firstterm>, are always installed. Depending on the architecture, some of these components may not appear:
<literal>base-dbg</literal> - Base tools like <application>cat</application>, <application>ls</application> among many others with debug symbols activated.
<literal>kernel-dbg</literal> - Kernel and modules with debug symbols activated.
<literal>lib32-dbg</literal> - Compatibility libraries for running 32-bit applications on a 64-bit version of FreeBSD with debug symbols activated.
<literal>lib32</literal> - Compatibility libraries for running 32-bit applications on a 64-bit version of FreeBSD.

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