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SAMS Teach Yourself Unix in 10 Minutes by Robert Shimonski

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Desktop Environment Tools: KDE's Built-in Editor

The graphical environment also provides a built-in editor that is very powerful. Many environments, such as KDE, will provide you with a mouse click environment to work in while working with your files. Just like if you were working with Apple Macintosh or Microsoft Windows, you can expect the Unix GUI to also provide the same functionality.

In this part of the lesson we will move away from the shell prompt for a moment and work within the GUI. To activate the KDE editor click on the K in the KDE toolbar. Now, choose Applications from the pop-up menu, and then Editor from its submenu. Depending on the distribution of Unix you are using, you may not have this exact layout, but you will most likely ...

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