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      I am learning Red Hat Linux 5 and want to open files to read them. What is the text editor I would use? (For example, Windows I would use Notepad, what does Linux 5 use?) How would I access a file (syntax?) Can someone point me to a good tutorial in learning Linux 5. I have it installed on a VM on my XP hard drive.

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