GhostBSD Boot Process

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The process of starting a computer and loading the operating system is referred to as “the bootstrap process”, or “booting”. The GhostBSD boot process provides a great deal of flexibility in customizing what happens when the system starts, including the ability to select from different operating systems installed on the same computer, different versions of the same operating system, or a different installed kernel.

The GhostBSD boot process differs from the FreeBSD boot process. The GhostBSD init process is connected to OpenRC.

GhostBSD Boot Processes

We will describe the boot process based on

We also connected to the /boot/ directory.