Don't use # to indicate root or $ to indicate user in documentation

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Where a user has run literally.

# ln -s /etc/apparmor.d/libvirt/TEMPLATE.qemu /etc/apparmor.d/libvirt/TEMPLATE.kvm

I.e. including the [font=arial]#[/font]. Therefore perfectly making my point.

I know, there is somewhat a convention in linux documentation.
[font=arial]#[/font] means, run as root
[font=arial]$[/font] means, run as user

In Whonix documentation, I’ve broken that convention. It confuses users. Only geeks know that. Not people who get to learn Linux.

I suggest to use [font=arial]sudo[/font] instead of [font=arial]#[/font]. And for commands that should be run as user, we just note above, that it should be run as user, not root.

true no body will know that. what is inside the code thats mean what we copy paste without looking = definition of a user whos following instructions.