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To modify your node beyond the basic settings of what nodesetup.sh can do, you'll need to manually edit the config files.   
 
To modify your node beyond the basic settings of what nodesetup.sh can do, you'll need to manually edit the config files.   
  
==Linux command line editors==
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==Linux CLI Editors==
 
* [http://www.lagmonster.org/docs/vi.html vi] is pretty much the default editor on most linux distros. Learn it, love it.
 
* [http://www.lagmonster.org/docs/vi.html vi] is pretty much the default editor on most linux distros. Learn it, love it.
 
** Update vi to fix cursor movement (apt-get install vim).
 
** Update vi to fix cursor movement (apt-get install vim).

Revision as of 17:05, 15 October 2017

To modify your node beyond the basic settings of what nodesetup.sh can do, you'll need to manually edit the config files.

Linux CLI Editors

  • vi is pretty much the default editor on most linux distros. Learn it, love it.
    • Update vi to fix cursor movement (apt-get install vim).
  • nano is easier to learn and preferred by many.

GUI Editors

Many folks prefer a GUI editor and file transfer client over the Linux vi and nano editors.

For Windows:

  • Winscp is a popular file transfer and editor client.
  • Putty SSH and Telnet client.

For Mac: