Details will be written in future.
 *What can I do after boot? [#p05ab563]
 Almost same as normal installation on HDD. ~
 See afterboot manual page by running ''man 8 afterboot''.
 *How to change TimeZone [#s7282b52]
 Re-link /etc/localtime;
  cd /etc
  ln -sf /usr/share/zoneinfo/YOUR-TIME-ZONE localtime
 Then set system clock if nessesary;
 Caution: date command causes your hardware clock changed.
 *Saving and restoring the modified files [#wb58c8f8]
 See [[this operation exsample>]].
 *Adding other softwares [#c2de4582]
 See [[this operation exsample>]], too. ~
 Usual way as in HDD installation. ~
 Packages and ports are also OK.
 *Changing window manager [#pdcf6d6f]
 Edit ~/.xinitrc
  xset +fp /usr/local/lib/X11/fonts/japanese/:unscaled
  xset +fp /usr/local/lib/X11/fonts/mona/:unscaled
  wm=twm   <---Edit this.
  case X"$wm" in
 Edit shell variable ''wm''. ~
 Available wm's are twm, fvwm, cwm or icewm.
 *Can I rebuild my own CD-ROM image? [#o9aa148f]
 Yes. ~
 Here's a brief description of how to build a LiveCD image;
 -OpenBSD version of build and target environment ''must be'' the same.
 -And must be done by root.
 +Get a build tool.
 +Extract it
  tar xvzpf tools-4.X.tar.gz
 +Copy kernel
  cd tools-4.X
  rm bsd.orig
  cp bsd bsd.orig
 (Or compile your customized kernel using tools-4.0/lib/RDROOT, then copy it to tools-4.X/bsd)~
 +Copy your OpenBSD file-tree under tools-4.X/cdroot.dist ~
 For example;
  cd cdroot.dist
  (cd YOUR-OPENBSD-FILE-TREE && tar cpf - .) | tar xvpf -
 +Make an ISO image
  make livecd.iso
 +Burn it.
  cdio -f /dev/rcd0c blank             ( <- Only for CD-RW )
  cdio -f /dev/rcd0c tao livecd.iso
 That's all.
 *Can I install this LiveCD to HDD? [#e32746d7]
 +Install OpenBSD to HDD in unusal way.~
 Allocate partition 'a' with the free size larger than 650MB.
 +Copy three files from FuguIta's media to the target HDD. ~
 Here's a sample;
  mount -t cd9660 /dev/cd0c /mnt
  cp /mnt/bsd-fi /mnt/ /mnt/fuguita.ffsimg /
  umount /mnt
 +Then reboot. ~
 Specify fuguita's kernel as running kernel;
  boot> bsd-fi
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