The login screen should resemble that shown in Figure 3-35. To log in, type root, or the name of another user account you
created, in the text box labeled Login and press Enter. A second login screen appears,
requesting your password. Type the password you earlier assigned to
the user and press Enter.
Figure 3-35. The GNOME login screen
The GNOME desktop, shown in Figure 3-36, appears. If
you like, click around the desktop and see what you can discover.
Chapter 4 explains how to use the GNOME desktop.
However, you should read Chapter 5 before reading
Figure 3-36. The GNOME desktop
To shut down your
system, click the red hat at the lower left of the desktop. Then
click Shutdown and click OK. Wait for your system to power down; now
you're ready to move on to Chapter 4 to begin learning how Linux works.
You may see a flashing red ball at the lower right of the GNOME
desktop. The ball is associated with the Red Hat Network Alert
Notification facility, which you'll learn about in