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1pc-sysinstall Help Index
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3Help Commands
4
5    help
6        Display this index file
7
8    help <command>
9        Display the help data for the specified command
10
11System Query Commands
12    install-image <image> <device>
13        Installs an image file to a device file
14
15    disk-list
16        Provides a listing of the disk drives detected on this system
17
18    disk-part <disk>
19        Queries the specified disk and returns information about its partitions
20   
21    disk-info <disk>
22        Returns information about the disks size, cyls, heads, and sectors
23   
24    detect-laptop
25        Tests to see if this system is a laptop or desktop
26
27    detect-emulation
28        Tests to see if this system is actually running in an emulator such as VirtualBox
29   
30    detect-nics
31        Returns a listing of the detected network cards on this system
32
33    list-config
34        Returns a listing of the pc-sysinstall configuration
35
36    list-components
37        Returns a listing of the available components which can be installed
38
39    list-mirrors [country]
40        Returns a listing of the available FTP mirrors
41
42    list-packages [category] [package]
43        Returns a listing of the available packages
44
45    list-rsync-backups <user> <host> <port>
46        Returns a listing of available rsync-backups on the target server in the life-preserver/ dir
47   
48    list-tzones
49        Returns a listing of available timezones
50
51    query-langs
52        Return a list of languages that the installer supports
53
54    get-packages
55        Retrieves the list of packages from an FTP mirror
56
57    sys-mem
58        Return the size of installed system RAM in MegaBytes
59
60    set-mirror <mirror>
61        Set FTP mirror
62
63    test-netup
64        Test if an internet connection is available
65   
66    update-part-list
67        Return a list of PC-BSD & FreeBSD installs on this system for updates
68
69    xkeyboard-layouts
70        Return a list of keyboard layouts that xorg supports
71 
72    xkeyboard-models
73        Return a list of keyboard models that xorg supports
74
75    xkeyboard-variants
76        Return a list of keyboard variants that xorg supports
77
78Partition Management Commands
79
80   create-part <disk> <size>
81        Create a new MBR primary slice on the target <disk> using <size> MB
82       
83   delete-part <partition>
84        Deletes the disk partition specified. If this is the last partition,
85        the disk partition layout will also be scrubbed, leaving a clean disk
86        ready for MBR or GPT file system layouts.
87
88
89Installation Commands
90
91    -c <cfg>
92        Begin a install / upgrade with the specified cfg file
93
94    start-autoinstall <conf>
95        Start an automated installation with the specified conf file
96        Normally only used by automated install scripts
97
98    setup-ssh-keys <user> <host> <port>
99        Setup SSH without a password for the target host and user and port     
100        Use to prompt the user to log into a server before doing a rsync + ssh restore
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