GNU NANO a useful basic text editor.

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    A newcomer to the wonderful world of linux will eventually need to place or alter some text in a file. The easiest editor to accomplish these tasks is NANO.
    Here are several articles on using nano. They cover basic usage and more and all the articles contain excellent tips and information.

    The Beginner’s Guide to Nano, the Linux Command-Line Text Editor


    A Beginners Guide To The Nano Editor


    Linux Nano editor explained for beginners (10 examples)

    How to Use Nano Text Editor Commands in Linux

    Oh and breaking news nano has been updated !

    Nano 3.0 Released! Reads Files 70% Faster




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    I find nano so much easier than VI, as everything is labelled so I don't need to remember any shortcuts :D.
     
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    Me too I can never remember how to close vim down. Although I only do very basic stuff with nano it can do some very clever stuff.

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