Pidora 18 Firstboot
What is firstboot ?
firstboot is the program that runs on the first boot of a Fedora or Red Hat Enterprise Linux system that allows you to configure more things than the installer allows.
The first time you boot up Pidora you can expect to see the welcome screen.
Followed by License Information
The next step is to configure your keyboard language.
Here you will be able to configure a regular user. There is an option to add this user to the administrators group.
This screen is used to set the root password, by default the root user password is already set to "raspberrypi"
Date and Time
This used to decide whether you would like to synchronize the date and time over the network.
Here is where the time zone information is entered.
This setting is used to resize the sd card so that the maximum amount of space that is free on the card can be used. There is also an option to configure how big you would like the swap.
These settings are used to set the hostname for the Raspberry Pi, and to select how you would like the system to boot (Graphical/Text) Mode and the video configuration.