Whonix is looking for feedback on a possible documentation enhancement project which would encompass easy to understand (non-technical) documentation so users can smoothly transition from Windows to Whonix/linux.
Do you think Whonix can become a Linux distribution targeting first time Linux users who are still running Windows and could try Whonix inside VirtualBox?
New step by step documentation is needed that would build up confidence as well as develop the necessary skill so users could stand on their own two feet when finished. Which areas should this documentation encompass? For example:
File system permissions
File system navigation
sudo vs. root user
Is there current (VirtualBox) documentation that would need refactoring (rewriting, reorganizing, reformatting)?
What areas did you struggle with the most when first transitioning from Windows(?) to Whonix/Linux?
For example: Cli , file permissions etc.
Any feedback would be appreciated. These question should be based on your experience so don’t worry about repeating answers from previous users. This is ok and encouraged since popular answers are likely to receive priority when creating chapters.