Pico is a text editor on the central UNIX servers, which you use to create and modify text files. It is a menu-driven program--a "menu" (list) of the options you can use is displayed on the screen. To select an option, you press the appropriate key(s).Contents
Pico is available on the central UNIX servers.
After you log in to the central UNIX server, at the "xxxxx.udel.edu%" prompt, type
Instructions for Pico can be found at the following:
If you use pico on an X terminal, you can have the pico command open a separate window by adding the following lines to your .localalias file:
if $?DISPLAY then alias pico 'xterm -name pico -e pico \!* &' endifThis is useful if you want to edit several files at once. Contents
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