##+TITLE faq :: heads wiki
So you can ask an annoying question.
heads is intended as a distro for privacy-aware people. You don't want to go out with a system screaming "Hey, I'm using heads!!!". So an elegant and lean looking solution is there in the form of dark colours and a lovely wallpaper.
Of course! Decentralization is key :)
Here's a few notable projects, both privacy-wise and/or security-wise:
Go to heads' bugtracker and search through the issues. If your bug isn't already reported, open a new issue and try to explain it the best you can.
The distro is very fresh. I am getting feedback as people are giving it. Feel free to open a feature request on the bugtracker, and tag it with feature request.
First check you are running the latest version of heads. The version you
have should be the same as it is on the downloads page. If
that is the case, you can issue
sudo heads-update from within the system
to see if there are any minor system updates. However, if you don't have
the latest ISO, just grab that :)
You saw it when you opened a terminal for the first time in the session. It is only shown once at this time and then it disappears (as it told you).