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To edit Samba in fedora - a VE editor?  (Linux N00b)

Posted on 2011-03-17
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A mate says use a VE editor?

Whats the easiest to install?
What the best one?


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Use vi editor or in GUI you can use system-config-samba or install webmin a web based gui tool.
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Hi,

Will give them all a look.

I found that black screen very difficult to deal with when editing the samba file.

> or install webmin a web based gui tool.
Where to get / how to install that?

vi editor
Where to get / how to install that?


Thanks for the help.  
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Vi editor is there in your system itself but to deal with vi you have to deal with black screen :)

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You can webmin from www.webmin.com
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Ive installed www.webmin.com  for Fedora.

How do I launch it?

Ive looked and cant find it anywhere  
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Ok I figured how to launch it :-)

Now how to use it as a text / file editor?
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It depends on you what you like. You can go with text editor.
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