Join Scott Simpson for an in-depth discussion in this video Finding or installing nano on Linux, part of Up and Running with nano.
- If you're using a popular Linux distribution,…such as Ubuntu, you've probably already got nano installed.…To check, you can just open up a terminal window…and type in: "which nano".…And that'll tell you where the binary file is located.…Of course, you can also just type nano…and see if nano launches.…If you're using a system, such as CentOs,…that doesn't have nano installed by default,…you can just install it…from your distribution software repository.…So on Debian that would be: "apt-get install nano".…
And on CentOs or Red Hat, that would be:…"yum install nano".…But it's already installed on my system,…so I don't need to do anything else here.…
- Installing nano
- Editing and searching for text
- Saving files
- Using Undo and Spell Check
- Customizing nano
Skill Level Beginner
Up and Running with Bash Scriptingwith Scott Simpson1h 25m Beginner
1. Introducing nano
2. Creating and Editing a File
3. Exploring Additional Features
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