Changeset 520021c


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Timestamp:
05/06/15 12:54:39 (3 months ago)
Author:
dlavigne <dru@…>
Branches:
master, releng/10.2
Children:
926ae1a
Parents:
a5208be
Message:

Finish updates to Appcafe chapter.

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src-qt5/docs
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  • src-qt5/docs/introduction.rst

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    200200  :kbd:`End` keys can be used to skip to the first or last page of the PDF, whether or not it is in presentation mode. If printing is configured, this utility can be used to 
    201201  print or provide a print preview of the PDF. 
     202 
     203* The `zsh shell <http://www.zsh.org/>`_ has been added to the base system and is available for setting as a user's default shell in :ref:`User Manager`. 
    202204 
    203205* :ref:`Kodi` and :ref:`PlexHome Theater` can be installed from the MediaCenter category of the :ref:`System Selection Screen` of the installer. 
  • src-qt5/docs/update.rst

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    173 To find an application, enter its name. Alternately, enter a description. For example, a search for "browser" will display all software with "browser" in the 
    174 name as well as applications which provide browser functionality, such as Firefox.  
    175  
    176 By default, only PBIs are searched. To search for all available software, include packages, click the "Search all available PBI and packages" box. 
     173To find an application, enter its name and click the "binoculars" icon. Alternately, enter a description. For example, a search for "browser" will display 
     174software with "browser" in the name as well as applications which provide browser functionality, such as Firefox.  
     175 
     176By default, only PBIs are searched. To search for all available software, include packages, check the "Search all available PBI and packages" box. 
    177177 
    178178.. index:: AppCafe® 
     
    182182-------------------------- 
    183183 
    184 To create, delete, and manage jails, click "Warden" in the orange bar, then "Create Jail". This will open the screen shown in Figure 7.1f. 
     184To create, delete, and manage jails, click the "Warden" tab. If you have not yet created any jails on the system, a message will appear. Click the "create a new jail" 
     185link in the message which will open the screen shown in Figure 7.1f. 
    185186 
    186187**Figure 7.1f: Adding a New Jail** 
     
    210211- **Packages:** if the jail is not running, a message will indicate that you need to first *Start jail to view*. Click the *Stopped* link so that it changes 
    211212  to *Running*. This will change the message to *View Packages*. Click this link to view which packages are currently installed in the jail. This will also 
    212   display the application categories so that you can install packages into the specified jail. 
     213  display the application categories so that you can install packages into the specified jail. A hyperlink is also included to "Export PBI list". If the jail 
     214  already has PBIs installed, you can click this link to create a file named :file:`exportfile.pbilist` which can then be imported into another jail or 
     215  PC-BSD ®system. 
    213216 
    214217**Figure 7.1h: Editing the Specified Jail** 
     
    218221.. note:: if any updates are available for the software installed within any of the jails, an "Updates available" link with a yellow triangle icon will appear 
    219222   just under the orange bar. Clicking this link will display a hyperlink for each jail that has updates. For example, click the link "Update packages for 
    220    jail1" to update the software on "jail1".  
     223   jail1" to see the update details for "jail1".  
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    222225 
     
    319322version 10.1.1, the following steps occur automatically during an update:  
    320323 
    321 * the update automatically creates a copy of the current operating system, known as a snapshot or boot environment, and mounts that snapshot in the 
     324* the update automatically creates a copy of the current operating system, known as a snapshot or boot environment (BE), and mounts that snapshot in the 
    322325  background. All of the updates then occur in the snapshot. This means that you can safely continue to use your system while it is updating as no changes are 
    323326  being made to the operating system or any of the applications currently in use. Instead, all changes are being made to the mounted copy. 
     327 
     328.. note:: if the system is getting low on disk space and there is not enough space to create a new BE, the update will fail with a message indicating that there is 
     329   not enough space to perform the update. 
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    325331* while the update is occurring, and until you reboot after the update, you won't be able to use AppCafe® to manage software. This is a safety measure to prevent 
     
    413419   with the next software release which happens every 3 months. 
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    415 .. warning:: package updates will update **all** installed software, even if you have placed a lock on it in using :command:`pkg` or an older version of 
    416    AppCafe®. If you prefer to lock certain applications against being updated, select "Security" or "Nothing" in the "Configure Automatic Updates" tab of 
    417    Update Manager and manually update software as needed using :command:`pkg`. Note that updating the operating system will still update any locked 
    418    applications. 
     421.. warning:: updates will update **all** installed software. If you have placed a lock on a package using :command:`pkg` or an older version of 
     422   AppCafe®, Update Manager will fail and will generate a message in the log indicating that the failure is due to a locked package. If you prefer to lock certain applications 
     423   against being updated, select "Security" or "Nothing" in the "Configure Automatic Updates" tab of Update Manager and manually update software as needed using 
     424   :command:`pkg`. 
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