sorry, it wasn't the intention, but you have to read the manuals or the readme files and get the feeling of vi, before anything really, you never know that hard drive crashes and you're stuck with the emergency shell to make the hard drive better, or just anything else....
if you know vi, it is quite easy to use, just don't forget pressing INS after entering vi, because your text will be screwed up, but you can always exit without changes with ( :q! ), try vi out in a konsole first.
it's nothing when everything works, but you never know that you are a owner of a KT400 mobo and X won't start and you have to get back to graphical mode (you can always use links or lynx for browsing, but without graphical mode, it's not that easy...)
Alien is my name and headbiting is my game.