The Beginner�s Guide to Nano, the Linux Command-Line Text Editor
Feb 10, 2011, 10:32 (0 Talkback[s])
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"New to the Linux command-line? Confused by all of the other
advanced text editors? How-To Geek's got your back with this
tutorial to Nano, a simple text-editor that's very
"When getting used to the command-line, Linux novices are often
put off by other, more advanced text editors such as vim and emacs.
While they are excellent programs, they do have a bit of a learning
curve. Enter Nano, an easy-to-use text editor that proves itself
versatile and simple. Nano is installed by default in Ubuntu and
many other Linux distros and works well in conjunction with sudo,
which is why we love it so much.
"You can run nano in two ways. To open nano with an empty
buffer, just type in "nano" at the command prompt."