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dcore:basic_usage_guide [2016/12/26 12:53]
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 This guide uses a typical persistent installation that requires using the ''backup'' command to save session changes in /home/, /opt/ and other directories. Additional boot codes (linked above), such as home=sda1 and opt=sda1, can also be used for systems set up with these dedicated partitions. This guide uses a typical persistent installation that requires using the ''backup'' command to save session changes in /home/, /opt/ and other directories. Additional boot codes (linked above), such as home=sda1 and opt=sda1, can also be used for systems set up with these dedicated partitions.
  
-Although often considered less user friendly, vi is an efficient command line editor that is quite simple to use once a few keyboard commands have been memorized, there are several tutorials online. Regardless, users that wish to use a more user friendly CLI-based editor could import and load ''nano'', provided the dCore install has a working network connection:+Although classic, vi is often considered less than user friendly. It is, however, an efficient command line editor that is quite simple to use once a few keyboard commands have been memorized, there are several tutorials online. Regardless, users that wish to use a more user friendly CLI-based editor could import and load ''nano'', provided the dCore install has a working network connection:
 <code> <code>
 sce-import -b nano # Import nano, add to sceboot.lst so it's always available sce-import -b nano # Import nano, add to sceboot.lst so it's always available
 sce-load nano      # Load nano for use during this session (not required on reboot) sce-load nano      # Load nano for use during this session (not required on reboot)
 +nano file_name     # Open file with nano, prepend sudo for root owned files
 +                   # The ^ command key (eg. ^X to exit) denotes the Ctrl key 
 </code> </code>
  
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