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Re: rc_configured=NO after installed

In article <>,
Jeremy C. Reed <> wrote:
>I had my 10 year old run the keyboard on the 8.0 amd64 install. Mostly
>pressed ENTER many many times. But then when got to the optional network
>configuration, I didn't realize what interface was which. So I pressed
>Ctrl-Z and used dmesg to learn. Typed "exit" and restarted install. We
>chose keyboard and didn't install again, but back to configuration menu.
>When done there, chose reboot.
>BUT rc_configured=NO. Ooops. Easy workaround. mount / and echo 
>rc_configured=YES >> /etc/rc.conf and exit. (The rest of my /etc/rc was 
>correct for our custom selections, so I know that part worked.)
>Where can we get rc_configured=YES set in install if restarting 



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