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I am trying to better understand this new version of fedora, but I have run into a bunch of changes in some commands. To anyone who is going through this as well what is the equivalent to nano?
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You can install nano with "yum install nano". Isn't it installed by default? It would help to tell us which commands are you trying to use.
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You can install nano with "yum install nano". Isn't it installed by default? It would help to tell us which commands are you trying to use.
That was easy. I did not get it default, the download was the key. I was trying to configure inittab with nano and noticed that nano doesn't exist, and inittab is not used for runlevels on fedora 15. I am finding out sytemctl is taking over nano in some commands. I am also wondering if nano does have any use on fedora 15?
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That was easy. I did not get it default, the download was the key. I was trying to configure inittab with nano and noticed that nano doesn't exist, and inittab is not used for runlevels on fedora 15. I am finding out sytemctl is taking over nano in some commands. I am also wondering if nano does have any use on fedora 15?
I use nano, its my favorite.. and nano is installed by deafult on Fedora. However im not sure if its installed by default on other spins.
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nano is great, I use it a lot for the older versions of fedora. For f15 though its a little different though, I am still learning the new ropes to it. Anyone who knows fedora 15 I would love some help.
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I've been using Fedora since Fedora 13 and nano has always been the same?

Regarding inittab, someone linked to you this in another thread: http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/System...lt_runlevel.3F. Fedora switched to systemd so some things have changed for service management.
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also, if you like nano so much consider setting it as your default editor via the $EDITOR env variable that way when you do stuff like visudo it will use nano instead of the other text editors
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