by rafahrpl » I also know that there are people who do not like new users,
by rafahrpl » very interesting to include a welcome screen with links to documentation, support and community.
by rafahrpl » I believe it would be interesting for most users who use Debian as desktop with graphical interface that soon after the end of the installation there was a welcome screen.
by rafahrpl>Translation into English by Google is strange but you can understand.
One last note, On all the Debian installs I have done, the first time I started the
browser, it connects to: http://debian.org
and that is where everything any one , beginner or experienced, that is where everything anyone would need to know is.
rafahrpl wrote:I would like to hear from you who use the forum regularly, what do you think of this idea.
I know there are other distros that have a welcome screen, but does not compare, because none come close to everything Debian offers.
Welcome to Debian
Type 'help' for a list of commands,
Type `help name' to find out more about the function `name'.
Use `info bash' to find out more about the shell in general.
Use `man -k' or `info' to find out more about commands not in this list.
Use the 'man' command to get details on the commands.
to see how to use the 'man'
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If you are a beginner and need more help, read the documentation
at : http://www.debian.org.
Type 'exit' to exit this terminal and go to
your Desktop Environment and menus.
If you have questions that are more development related, there are several development mailing lists in Debian that you can use to contact our developers.
The general development mailing list is debian-devel: you can subscribe to it and then send e-mail to email@example.com.
by rafahrpl »Close the topic since it is not of much interest.
by bw123 » Putting it in console would be cool, but nobody wants to read man pages, they don't like black screen, I think they're superstitious nowadays.
rafahrpl wrote:So I believe that the inclusion of a small change would not change the main purpose of debian,
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