Sean Rima wrote:
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>>On Tue, 10 Dec 2002, Ken Guest wrote:
>>>>>Looking to install a text editor that'll be used by absolute beginners.
>>I don't want to, nor have the time,
>>to teach them how to use emacs or vim so I'm really looking for the
>>simplest editor that's out there
>>it doesn't have to have any fancy functionality or anything like that.
>>I'm leaning towards pico - is there anything simpler?
>>>>>>>>I believe that others have adviced against Pico which is a good thing,
>Nano is a better idea. Whilst a tad more work, I would go for Jed, my
>wife uses it and she is a complete novice
> Sean Rima http://www.tcob1.net> Linux User: 231986 Jabber: tcobone at jabber.org> THE VIEWS EXPRESSED HERE ARE NOT NECESSARILY THOSE OF MY WIFE.
>>s/WIFE/FIANCE and you got it on the head here.
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