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is there any command to execute the first time boot configuration? like system-config-display that allows us to set the display settings, is there any way to start the entire wizard?...
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    how to run ' first time boot configuration wizard' ?


    is there any command to execute the first time boot configuration? like system-config-display that allows us to set the display settings, is there any way to start the entire wizard?

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    What wizard is that? The one just after you install?

    Most of those settings can easily be changed with the graphical config tools after install. In a CLI window, just type 'system-config-' (without the quotes) and hit tab twice. This will show you all the possible config tools.

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    thnaks that helped.. i knew most of them already. what i was looking for was the exact config setups that i get after a fresh install. thanks anyways.it helped.

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