Commit 38062de2 authored by Bujiraso's avatar Bujiraso

Add more detail on Sodium

I also disambiguated the "Exploring Redox" title that was shared between
a page and a chapter
parent c8ead1dc
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- [Installing the toolchain](./getting_started/installing_the_toolchain.md)
- [Preparing the build](./getting_started/preparing_the_build.md)
- [Compiling Redox](./getting_started/compiling_redox.md)
- [Exploring Redox](./getting_started/exploring_redox.md)
- [Trying Out Redox](./getting_started/trying_out_redox.md)
- [Questions and feedback](./getting_started/asking_questions_giving_feedback.md)
- [Exploring Redox](./explore/explore.md)
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Exploring Redox
Trying Out Redox
===============
Use F2 key to get to a login shell. User `user` can login without password. For `root`, the password is `password` for now. `help` lists builtin commands for your shell (ion). `ls /bin` will show a list of applications you can execute.
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Sodium
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Sodium is Redox's Vi-like editor. In the menu-bar, pick the icon with `Na` on it. This should now open up an editor window.
Sodium is Redox's Vi-like editor. To try it out,
1. Open the terminal by clicking the icon in the button bar
2. Type `sudo pkg install sodium` to install Sodium. You will need network for this.
3. Type `sodium`. This should now open up a separate editor window.
A short list of the Sodium defaults:
- `hjkl`: Navigation.
- `ia`: Go to insert mode.
- `hjkl`: Navigation keys.
- `ia`: Go to insert/append mode.
- `;`: Go to command-line mode.
- shift-space: Go to normal mode.
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