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Enter and Confirm the Root Password
Here I have clicked on the Root Password option in the preceding screen. The installation to disk is still running, but the interface has moved to this screen to enter and verify the root password. Once a password has been entered and confirmed, I click 'Done' to return to the installation status screen.
Installation Running, Password Defined
Back at the installation status screen, the Root Password entry is now satisfied, and there is nothing left to do but sit back and enjoy a cup of coffee until the installation is complete.
Installation Complete, Ready to Reboot
Installation is complete, and it is ready to reboot from the installed system. anaconda will not initiate the reboot for me, though. Click 'Done' to exit the installer, and you will be returned to the desktop of the Live system. I can then reboot as normal.
Please remember, in my experience with UEFI systems when rebooting it will not boot into Grub, or directly to Fedora, or whatever you have become accustomed to happening on the first boot.
It will most likely just boot to Windows 8, as it always did before. You have to press the boot-selection key (ESC, F9, F12 or some such) to get a list of boot targets, and then select Fedora from that list. Avoiding this "problem" (I consider it either a bug or a missing feature) is beyond the scope of this installation overview, I will write about that later - but soon.