[CentOS-docs] Very first contact with docs may confuse

BlessJah

blessjah at jacekowski.org
Wed Jun 29 11:50:31 UTC 2011


Hi,

This is my very first time using CentOS and I find documentation a little bit confusing.

For example, I don't know which iso image suits my needs, isn't adding big, shining red link "READ THIS IF YOU DON'T KNOW WHICH ISO SHOULD YOU CHOOSE" a good idea? 'README' file on mirrors with instructions would also be nice. If there already is one, I wasn't able to find it, shouldn't it be bigger?

I would also expect something like "begginer guide" or "start here" on the main page of wiki (and on main page of centos). I think ArchLinux wiki, and it's "Begginer Guide" and "Official Installation Guide" are good examples, how it can be done. Both leads user through process of getting, installing and configuring system.

Regards
BlessJah






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