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Once you are family with its modes, it becomes second nature. It is reliable and will always get the job done. That's exactly what i found too. Even now with ...
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    Got vi?


    Once you are family with its modes, it becomes second nature. It is reliable and will always get the job done.
    That's exactly what i found too. Even now with a plethora of editors to choose
    from, when i want to quickly edit a text file, a reach for vi. It seems akward at first, but soon it comes second nature. It's quick and it's always availible.
    PTL x10 Hallelujah!
    AMD Athlon XP 2600+ 512MB RAM Dual 80G WD HD 8MB Cache (1 WinXP Home, 1 CentOS 4.2) GeForce Ti4200 128MB SB Live! 5.1
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    FreeBSD is most assuredly a great OS, it was the first open source OS I ever got to run properly (I can install it in just a few minutes now, plus disc reading time). One of my all time favorites and the only OS I ever get sentimental over.

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