On Fri, Jun 26, 2009 at 06:11:57AM +0200, Polytropon wrote:
> On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 12:03:21 +0800, Erich Dollansky <er...@apsara.com.sg>
> > What kind of editor do you need for rescue? Just edit one or two
> > lines in some config file to allow the full system to start
> > again.
> > Rescue does not need an editor programmers are used to edit their
> > source files.
> I won't say anything different. For the usual "maintenance and
> get the damn thing working again" tasks the /rescue editor,
> especially vi, should be enough. Commands are i, a, and :wq.
> >From my experience, I can't remember to have used anything
what about j, k [down, up]. and h,l [left, right]?
why reach over for the arrow keys! oh, and o, and O
[open line below/Above], and
and that's 97 and 44/100ths of what you'll ever need.
ps: when bill j. dies and meets st. pete at the pearly
gate, pete'll say: "So what did you do--" And bill
will say, "I wrote vi." red-carpet is rolled out
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