you should learn how to use it.
It's hardly possible to avoid it.
Why? Things do change. If a default annoys more people than it pleases, it should be changed.it's a matter of fact that vi will stay the default editor of FreeBSD
This is how i interpret the comments in the PR Geezer created. I would be glad if i am wrong.Why?
Also......Hi i was able to get in visudo and also we vieditor and create giuseppe ALL ALL but how in you save the page ? and get out ?
This was explained in the link that you provided, so why ask here how to do it when it is clearly in the article ?leonard said:Note: the visudo command uses the vi editor to edit the sudoers file. Use the “i” key (without quotes) to switch to edit mode, edit the file, and push the ESC key once to exit the edit mode. To save your changes, type “:wq!” (without quotes) and press the [Enter] key.
ADHD or troll.This was explained in the link that you provided, so why ask here how to do it when it is clearly in the article ?
Thanks, I didn't read that.This is how i interpret the comments in the PR Geezer created. I would be glad if i am wrong.
... that's a kind of mentality I can't understand.After 20+ years, I do not see it possible to change this default.
After 20+ years, I do not see it possible to change this default.
vi(1) is clear, intuitive, ergonomic and well known.
I wish you luck and all the best. *gets popcorn*I am not going to leave this. After some time I will do an FCP, and will solicit support from this forum to push it through.
I do intend to pursue an FCP, …
(I think there is a good chance you are from Blighty.)i bet a fiver
I am from Germany and English is only my second language. I take it as a compliment that you thought i was from GB.I think there is a good chance you are from Blighty.
Coding, playing, posting. Alternating.What are you both doing up at two in the morning?
More like Karl Lagerfeld said: "Ich fordere den 48-Stunden-Tag. Mit nur 24 Stunden komme ich einfach nicht aus.""senile Bettflucht"
Time zones on this round planet, people like us famously ignoring sleep patterns of our local municipality for the sake of messing with our computers until the settings are just right, etc.What are you both doing up at two in the morning?
OP, just stick with Nano. To save, it's
Ctrl-O(Write Out). A little un-intuitive, but at least easy to use.
Ctrl-Xis to get out of Nano, and back to command line.