The appearance and functionality of the GNOME 3 Desktop can be customized both by individual users and by system administrators for all users. System administrators can provide a customized default desktop configuration to all users and even lock down those features to prevent user changes.
This chapter describes how to customize the installation program (Anaconda), the system boot utilities (
Plymouth), the login screen, fonts, keyboard layouts, the screen shield, and desktop backgrounds.
If you are building your own customized distribution at your company, you can change the brand graphics and product name used in the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 installer, Anaconda.
For more information on changing the Anaconda
graphics and product name, see the Anaconda Customization Guide
for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.