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  1. #1

    nano command not found


    Hi everyone im trying to set up arch and im trying to set up the time zone and im usin nano says command not found. Any advice?

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    You'll probably need to install it first or use a different editor.
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    try vi editor

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    Hello and welcome!

    As noted above by MikeTbob, make sure you have nano installed.

    It will be easier for someone to help if you will post the exact command that you are using before the error appears. In addition, you might need to create a 'timezone' file if you haven't done so already. For me, the command to edit the timezone file with nano would be like this:

    Code:
    nano /etc/timezone
    Note that root permissions will be needed to create/edit the timezone file.

    You can check the Arch Wiki for more info on setting the timezone, depending on whether you are using sysvinit, or systemd.
    oz

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    Thanks everyone i have it installed now. now to finish setting it up this is my first time going through the arch set up and its an awesome learning experience!!

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