How-to Dual Boot Windows XP and Fedora or Red Hat LinuxFormer staff writer - February 26, 2004
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On the first boot, you'll come across the Fedora post install configuration/setup. Just a few little things here to take care of.
First, we have to accept the License Agreement.
Next we'll select the system time and date, or tell Fedora to use Network Time Protocol.
Then we'll add a user, this will be who you will want to log in as when not doing admin functions. Logging in as root all the time is not recommended!
Next you'll get to play a test sound to make sure the sound card was set up correctly. If you use digital output, you'll probably not hear anything, and will need to install updated drivers, or do some configuration to the sound settings later.