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Nano 2.5.2 Brings A Lot Of Fixes

As you may know, Nano is an open-source, user-friendly, text user interface text editor, based on Pico, which is released under a proprietary license. While it is not as complex as Vim or Emacs, Nano has syntax highlighting and indentation

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How To Install Nano 2.4 On Ubuntu 15.04, Ubuntu 14.10 And Derivative Systems

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, Nano is an open-source, user-friendly, text user interface text editor, based on Pico, which is released under a proprietary license. While it is not as complex as Vim or Emacs, Nano has syntax

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How To Install Nano 2.4 On Ubuntu 15.04, Ubuntu 14.10, Ubuntu 14.04 And Derivative Systems

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, Nano is an open-source, user-friendly, text user interface text editor, based on Pico, which is released under a proprietary license. While it is not as complex as Vim or Emacs, Nano has syntax

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How to set the default text editor in csh and tcsh

In this article I will show you how to set the default text editor in the csh and tcsh shells. The default shell in FreeBSD and PCBSD is the C shell (csh), so this article is usefull for the *BSD

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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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