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Re: Edit

In article <D8824740C1@fs1-kfih.azr.nl>,
Joop Stakenborg <jsg@fs1-kfih.azr.nl> wrote:
>> While installing packages with DSELECT I have apparently purged the
>> default debian editor. Could somewone tell me what the default system
>> editor is so I can replace it.
>The default editor is the one with the highest priority. You can 
>change the default editor and update the priority with the command 
>update-alternatives. Have a look at man update-alternatives first.

But unfortunately, the update-alternatives man page is still just
a filler.  There IS a man page, but it's only in bug 17283, and hasn't
been put in the package yet.

Charles Briscoe-Smith
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