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You may want to customize your installation if:
- you want to install a new set of packages during the OpenBSD installation.
- if you want to report an installation problem.
- If you want to change the default configuration files.
Inside the iso
Mount the iso and cd into it. See the Guide to Unix Explanation section on how to mount an iso file. Then the <your OpenBSD release>, and then <your processor> directory.
cd /<where the mounted iso is located>/<your OpenBSD release>/<your processor>
For me it is:
(My auto-mount system gives the files that it mounts long names).
For OpenBSD 4.4 i386 it is:
4.4 i386 Template:Fn+ boot.catalog Template:Fn+ Template:Fn+ Template:Fn+ cdboot cdbr Template:Fn+ Template:Fn+ Template:Fn+ Template:Fn+ Template:Fn+ Template:Fn+ Template:Fn+ Template:Fn+ Template:Fn+ Template:Fn+ Template:Fn+ TRANS.TBL etc TRANS.TBL boot.conf TRANS.TBL
|File or Exec||Description|
|Template:Fnb+||"RAM Disk" kernel.|
|Template:Fnb+||The OpenBSD kernel.|
|Template:Fnb+||Multi-processor (SMP) kernel.|
|Template:Fnb+||Contains the base OpenBSD system.|
|Template:Fnb+||Contains all the files in /etc.|
|Template:Fnb+||Contains the compiler and its tools, headers and libraries.|
|Template:Fnb+||Contains the man pages.|
|Template:Fnb+||Contains misc info, setup documentation.|
|Template:Fnb+||Contains games for OpenBSD.|
|Template:Fnb+||Contains the base files for X11.|
|Template:Fnb+||Contains the /etc/X11 and /etc/fonts configuration files.|
|Template:Fnb+||Contains X11's font server and fonts.|
|Template:Fnb+||Contains X11's X servers.|
|Template:Fnb+||Contains manpages, locale settings, includes, and others for X.|
Cd into the iso as directed before. Now change the file permissions. If you want another package installed as an option. Take the package and rename it (do not put a period):
site<your version>-<the package name>.tgz
For abiword on OpenBSD 4.4, it is:
You will also have to find its dependencies and include them as well.