> & it still won't start. > As I can't get it to start, I just delete this line using VI(I am getting > better :)
vi isn't the easiest program to learn and master, but it is available on pretty much every *nix system in the universe, so time invested is generally well rewarded not only by gains in productivity, but also by portability of your skills. this said, and because i'm convinced that you've given the handbook only the most cursory of glances (such a good document - shame on you), i thought it would be worth pointing out that freebsd comes with another editor in it's base system - ee. if you're only going to be doing minor edits here and there, you might consider checking it out. its learning curve is not nearly 1/10th as steep as vi's, but then, neither is it nearly 1/10th as powerful. 2 cents. epi out. _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"