How to Install and Configure Nano on CentOS 8
Posted on by Joseph Molloy
Category: Tutorials | Tags: .Nanorc, CentOS, Command-line, Commands, Contextual Menu, Debian, Fedora, File Editor, File Modification, GUI, GUI Editor, Key Navigation, Mint, Nano, Navigation, Notepad, RedHat, Replace, RHEL, Search, Shortcuts, Strings, Syntax, Syntax Highlighting, Text Editor, Ubuntu, Vim
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Most Linux distributions ship with a command-line based text editor, usually Vi/Vim or Nano. While both are excellent choices, Vim has a steeper learning curve and can be confusing for beginners. Nano, on the other hand, will feel much more familiar to anyone who has used notepad or other simple text editors in a desktop or other graphical user interface. This is not to say that Nano is not as feature rich as Vim; it is simply more accessible.
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