[PC-BSD Commits] r11958 - pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller

svn at pcbsd.org svn at pcbsd.org
Mon Aug 8 06:34:10 PDT 2011


Author: kris
Date: 2011-08-08 06:34:10 -0700 (Mon, 08 Aug 2011)
New Revision: 11958

Modified:
   pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/helpText.h
Log:

Remove some text about the dual-boot option from help menu



Modified: pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/helpText.h
===================================================================
--- pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/helpText.h	2011-08-08 13:27:28 UTC (rev 11957)
+++ pcbsd/current/src-qt4/pc-sysinstaller/helpText.h	2011-08-08 13:34:10 UTC (rev 11958)
@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@
 #define HELPTEXT0 tr("This screen allows you to setup your system language and local timezone.<br><br>Enabling the option for NTP will keep your computers date and time in sync via the internet.")
 #define HELPTEXT1 tr("On this screen please take a moment to setup and test your keyboard. The pc104 keyboard is common, although you should select your keyboard model / layout if it exists as an option.")
 #define HELPTEXT2 tr("Please select the type of installation you want to perform. If doing an upgrade please make sure you have created a backup of your files beforehand. <br><br>Next select if you are installing PC-BSD or FreeBSD. PC-BSD is recommended for new users and people wanting to run a desktop. FreeBSD does NOT include a graphical interface by default, and should be installed by more experienced users.<br><br>If you are booting from a installation or live DVD/USB/CD then the fastest option is to install from DVD / USB. Network installation is required when booting from a boot-only media. NOTE: Network installation is for wired ethernet only, wifi configuration is not supported at this time.")
-#define HELPTEXT3 tr("Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.<br><br>If you are dual-booting for the first time, then you should enable the option 'Install bootloader'.")
+#define HELPTEXT3 tr("Please select the disk or partition you wish to use for installation. If you plan to dual-boot with another operating system you will need a MBR primary partition available. If you want to format the disk with GPT (Required for greater than 2TB disks) then you will need to select 'Use Entire Disk'.<br><br>The default file-system is UFS with Journaling, but advanced users may want to install with the ZFS filesystem.<br><br>The option for 'Encrypt user data' will encrypt the /usr file-system, which includes your home directories.")
 #define HELPTEXT4 tr("On this screen you will need to set the password for the system (root) user. It is also recommended to setup at least one regular user, which is required for login on PC-BSD. <br><br>If you wish to name this system, enable the option 'Custom System Hostname' and enter the system nickname. Otherwise the default pcbsd-xxxx or freebsd-xxxx will be used.")
 #define HELPTEXT5 tr("PC-BSD gives you the option of customizing your system with a variety of Desktops and other 'Meta-pkgs'. If you are unsure what these are, then please accept the defaults. You are always able to add / remove these packages post-installation via the 'System Manager' in the PC-BSD control panel.")
 #define HELPTEXT6 tr("Please select any optional components you wish to have installed on this system. These may also be added post-installation via the AppCafe or System Manager.")



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