After you booted from the stuff just installed,
system comes up to the point, asking what shell you will use.
Normally type return to get sh (Bourn shell) working.
You may need to say mount -a to mount the
Just for example,
# mount -a
# export TERM
# vi /etc/rc.conf
# echo my-nis-domain-name > /etc/defaultdomain
# echo 192.168.1.1 > /etc/mygate
# echo myhost > /etc/myname
# echo inet myhost netmask 0xffffff00 media autoselect > /etc/ifconfig.gm0
# cat > /etc/resolv.conf
The files you may need to change are listed at
(seems a little bit out-of-date list, though.)