nakeDeb -- nakedKbd

nakeDeb is intended to be (almost) entirely controllable with the keyboard: this page lists some examples of processes ... without the mouse.

note that most of the keyboard shortcuts are specified in the nakeWiki.

nakeDeb with a keyboard

we start from the beginning: when the machine is switched on, the GRUB menu is displayed and it is designed to be operated only from the keyboard: navigation between entries with the /arrows, modification of an entry with TAB, activate an entry with the Enter key.

then comes the login screen:

general information on keyboard management

In general, once the focus is on a window, we navigate between the elements with the TAB, Shift+TAB or TAB+///, select with the Space key and activate with the Enter key. ESC cancels the last choice or closes the menu.

the first tool, the terminal, is available thanks to two shortcuts (on i3wm & fluxbox): Super+t & Alt+Enter.
i3wm session also has a floating terminal activated thanks to Super+Enter.
fluxbox session also has a command prompt, fbrun, triggered using the Alt+p shortcut.

the default menu rofi is available from both sessions and is triggered using Alt+d.

the shutdown menu available on both sessions from the keyboard shortcut Alt+Shift+e is also controllable from the keyboard:

fluxbox with a keyboard

even though fluxbox is a floating window manager, letting you freely use the available space, it is just as effective with a keyboard as with a mouse.
this wiki has a fluxbox dedicated page but here are some basic sequences:

open a few terminals, the torbrowser and the file browser on different desktops:

i3wm with a keyboard

i3wm and natively designed to be controlled from the keyboard. I'll let you check out the i3wm wiki for an overview.
here are some basic sequences:

nakeDeb in CLI/tty

nakeDeb can also be used in a tty session, so without any possible mouse or touchpad action. to start the CLI session at login time, do not identify yourself, but switch to tty with a simple Ctrl+Alt+F1. identify yourself then run dvtm, a tiling window manager for tty. to view your images, you have fbi and for your working documents, the pdftotxt & odt2txt tools are integrated.
dvtm works with a default shortcut set to Ctrl+g, followed by one or more keys. a man dvtm will tell you how it works, but here are the main default shortcuts:

shortcut actions
Ctrl+g c open a new shell
Ctrl+g x x close the active shell
Ctrl+g l increase master area
Ctrl+g h decrease master area
Ctrl+g j focus next client
Ctrl+g h focus previous client
Ctrl+g m maximize active shell
Ctrl+g space change layout
Ctrl+g F1/F2/F3... display tag 1/2/3...
Ctrl+g ? display help
Ctrl+g q q quit dvtm