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I am not entirely sure what Y2K means, but he is probably talking about the grub.conf file which can be found at /etc/grub.conf, you can open it in a text editor like vi, or emacs. then you will just edit the lines in there that you need depending on what you would like to do.
I did do a fresh install of FC2, and I guess I see what you mean now. It does start with a graphical boot when I start into Runlevel 5 like normal, but because I'm using this as a standalone Freevo box, I setup Grub to automatically go into Runlevel 4 where Freevo automatically starts, and when it exits the system shuts down.
Everything works slick, except for the bootup. How can I make Runlevel 4 have a graphical bootup like Runlevel 5 does? Are there other bootup screens available aside from the default?