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A.5. Upgrade Complete

Congratulations! Your Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 upgrade is now complete!

The installation program prompts you to prepare your system for reboot. Remember to remove any installation media if it is not ejected automatically upon reboot.

After your computer's normal power-up sequence has completed, the graphical boot loader prompt appears at which you can do any of the following things:

  • Press [Enter] — causes the default boot entry to be booted.

  • Select a boot label, followed by [Enter] — causes the boot loader to boot the operating system corresponding to the boot label.

  • Do nothing — after the boot loader's timeout period, (by default, five seconds) the boot loader automatically boots the default boot entry.

Do whatever is appropriate to boot Red Hat Enterprise Linux. One or more screens of messages should scroll by. Eventually, a login: prompt or a GUI login screen (if you installed the X Window System and chose to start X automatically) appears.

For information on registering your Red Hat Enterprise Linux subscription, refer to Section 4.27 Activate Your Subscription.

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