thanks for the information, looked into Vim last night learned a decent about about it, will look into nano if it is a bit more friendly
A major positive with vim is that it is on every Linux .. like ever. Log in to a server and boom, it's there waiting for you. The only thing it doesn't do is bring you a nice cup of coffee or a cold beer.
Seems like Vim is something that I will have to learn, I might as well start to use it now rather than later since I am on summer break trying not to die from boredom. I Imagine learning Vim will help with things later down the road.
Being comfortable in Vim is a plus. To be clear all I really know how to do in Vim is switch between modes, basic editing, and saving/quitting.
only need to know what gets the job done.