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 Once you're logged in, in the ''​Applications Menu''​ select the ''​Terminal Emulator''​. ​ If you don't see the Applications Menu, it is likely because you did not choose Xfce as the Session Type.  In that case go under ''​Activities'',​ and in the search box enter ''​terminal''​ and select any of the terminal applications other than Xterm. Once you're logged in, in the ''​Applications Menu''​ select the ''​Terminal Emulator''​. ​ If you don't see the Applications Menu, it is likely because you did not choose Xfce as the Session Type.  In that case go under ''​Activities'',​ and in the search box enter ''​terminal''​ and select any of the terminal applications other than Xterm.
  
-Our first step will be to create ​an account.+ 
 +The ''#''​ you see just before the cursor is called the *prompt*. ​ Since you are logged in as ''​root'',​ i.e. a super-user, it's showing up as ''#''​. ​ In a Linux system (and any other system), it's not a good idea to log in as a super-user, so our first step will be to create ​a new account.
  
 In the terminal type the following command: In the terminal type the following command:
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