After successfully installing Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 or CentOS 4, we still have to configure it the first time we use it. The steps below will guide you in setting it up.

Welcome1. Click Next in the Welcome window.
License Agreement2. Click Next in the License Agreement window.
Date and Time3. Verify or change the date and time in the Date and Time window. Click Next when you’re done.
Display4. Configure the display settings in the Display window. Click Next when you’re done.
System User5. Create a system user in the System User window. A system user is a regular, nonroot user with ordinary, not superuser access rights. Click Next when you’re done.
Additional CDs6. Click Next in the Additional CDs window.
Finish Setup7. Click Next in the Finish Setup window.
 
 

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Posted on 3/6/2007 and last updated on 5/31/2008
Filed under CentOS 4 , Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4