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Another way to change the default text editor in Ubuntu and Debian

In these articles I have showed you how to change the default text editor in Linux and Unix in all the important shells: bash, zsh, ksh, csh and tcsh. Having your favourite editor as the default one is usefull when

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10 Bash Tricks Every User Should Know About

In this article I will show my favourite bash tricks. Because I am very lazy, I adore all the dirty tricks that can make my bash usage easier. 1-2 : The PATH and the CDPATH. The PATH and CDPATH are

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How to change the default text editor in bash, zsh and ksh

The default editor in Debian/Ubuntu/Linux Mint is Nano. I will change it to ViM, for bash, zsh and ksh. Both, the EDITOR and VISUAL environment variables are used for setting the default editor. Set them to the same value, in

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