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How to open vi to edit and save .profile file?

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How to open vi to edit and save .profile file?

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cd $HOME
vi .profile
then press i (will enter insert mode), change the file, press Ecs :wq Enter

Also visit http://www.google.com/search?q=vi+tutorial&lr=
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