Lyn, sure it does no harm to mention alsamizer and alsaconf
What I am saying is it will be more useful if alsamixer got integrated into VASM and then a little more information about VASM was added into Welcome page(maybe description of main features and the scope of what it does(i.e. If you have sound problems, go to VASM/HARDWARE and you will find utilities to deal with it.)
Also about that list of main folders - Thank you for considering that idea
What I think should also be added are:
program executables - /usr/bin
X configuration - /etc/X11(and especially /etc/X11/xorg.conf)
logs - /var/log
bash commands - /bin
Thease are just few that came to my mind. There are probably many others that I don't even know about.
Also it may be helpful to explain where different parts of installed packages go.
Also I think saying that programs have their config files/folders in /home/'username'/.'programname' may be helpfull.
Also usr/doc/VLHelpCenter/index.html are VL5.9 docs(and says Welcome to VL5.9). I think it should say Welcome to VL6.0
Also I think that page should say about current state of VL6.0(like Light is in Beta2 stage and Standard is a RC3).
Also is it possible to change 'My Documents' on a desktop into 'Home'? It looks so much better that way.
And I am not sure what to do with that vlconf2. Does it have to be two of them or should I remove one? If so, which one should I remove? It messes up $BUILD varriable and makes it impossible for me to package something unless I change the SlackBuild(just assign the $BUILD varriable manually, which I don't think is a good idea). There is only one of them in VL5.9 STD.
I almost forgot - there is another issue I am having - I had to run dhcpcd after each boot in order to make the internet work(I have a NetLINE PN796 ethernet to usb adapter, from which ethernet cable goes into my 2wire 2701HG-B gateway and the USB connects to the computer). The system sees the connection as eth0. I will check if dhcpcd is running after a reboot.