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15.2. System User

Create a user account for yourself with this screen. Always use this account to log in to your Fedora system, rather than using the root account.
Firstboot create user screen
Firstboot create user screen
Figure 15.3. Firstboot create user screen

Enter a user name and your full name, and then enter your chosen password. Type your password once more in the Confirm Password box to ensure that it is correct. Refer to Section 7.17, “Set the Root Password” for guidelines on selecting a secure password.

Creating Extra User Accounts

To add additional user accounts to your system after the installation is complete, choose System Administration Users & Groups .
To configure Fedora to use network services for authentication or user information, select Use Network Login... .

 
 
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