To use it you should know the following:
/ Search forward e.g.: /teed will find Guaranteed
>>How do I edit or view files?
>The simplest editor installed on your system is most likely "pico".
: And the simplest viewer is 'more' but I prefer 'less'
: For example, to see the password file type the command:
: less /etc/passwd
: To use it you should know the following:
: q Quit
: / Search forward e.g.: /teed will find Guaranteed
: h Help
and if you hit v, you start editing the file in vi, which comes in really
handy at times.
: >>How do I edit or view files?
: >The simplest editor installed on your system is most likely "pico".
: >Roy Stogner
ICQ UIN: 2253928
|> I need to find a solution to a problem, but I don't know where to
|> start looking. I'm hoping I can get some ideas from this newsgroup.
|> I need to set up a "content editing platform" that will be used by
|> *non*technical people to generate, manipulate, store, archive, and
|> search a large amount of text, graphics, and other multimedia content
|> for a web site. Here are some requirements:
|> 1) ability to run one or more web page generation software
|> packages (e.g. Vermeer) that allow the user to see the
|> formatted page in a non-production environment
|> 2) ability to run browser to verify hotlinks and check
|> appearance of page
|> 3) ability to be linked to a database system that allows
|> content storage and manipulation with easy to use front
|> end tools
|> 4) easy to set up, administer, and maintain
|> 5) easy to use by people not familiar with UNIX
|> 6) ability for platform and tools to be accessed and used
|> from PCs running Win95.
|> 7) ability to be accessed remotely by telecommuters who need
|> the same functionality as local users
|> Since my background is in UNIX/C programming, my inclination is to
|> head towards a Sun Sparc machine, running Solaris, and an Oracle
|> database with some nice tools. But I'm not sure how well all of
|> this would meet the above requirements and if it could/would be
|> used by people familiar only with the PC/Windows environment.
|> If you have any ideas on possible solutions, please let me know.
|> me a copy if you post a reply here. I'll post a summary of responses
|> if requested.
|> a T d H v A a N n K c S e
|> Scott D. Brenner AT&T Consumer Communications Services
I use both Sun and HP machines. SW is available for all of your needs
for both platforms (much of it free). The HP running the VUE interface
(standard) I think is far simpler for novices.
10. Editing a bitmap