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Hello Experts,

Can someone let me know how edit a file called NETMAP shown in the image. How to use the Linux machine is shown here

http://91sec.blogspot.co.uk/2014/03/my-cisco-iou-racks-from-flyxj-iouv3.html



netmap
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Carlton
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ok. I understand that to access the NETMAP file is with issuing the command vi NETMAP. However, to make changes I need to be in 'write' mode. Can someone let me know how to enter write mode?

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So, I'm presented with the following screen when I enter vi NETMAP. I want to edit the file so I type E but when I try to save the file with the command qw I get them message that I'm not in editor mode.

Any thoughts?

netmap
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I keep on getting the following error message:
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I keep on getting the error message:

E492: Not an editor command: qw
netmap3.png
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is the file NETMAP a text file? only text files can ve edited with vi. Please run below command a post out put:

file NETMAP

if you are in vi edit mode then to be able to save and exit you need to go to command mode. Press ESC button then you can type

:w NETMAP1
:q

The above will let you save to a new file called NATMAP1 the quit
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That allowed me to edit and save. Thanks
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