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WIP: Add some instruction on what to do when nano is run. #833

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scttfrdmn commented Aug 18, 2018

This PR is in reference to my comment issue #585 - it adds some language explaining what to do with nano in episode 3. The current lesson just instructs that nano should be run followed by an ls command.

This PR is also in partial fulfillment of my instructor training.

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{: .language-bash}
Let's again type in a few lines of text. Once we're happy with our text, we can press `Ctrl-O` to write our data to disk. Once our file is saved, we can use `Ctrl-X` to quit the editor and return to the shell.

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gcapes Aug 20, 2018

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Is there a step missing here? Nano will prompt to confirm the file name when saving, which requires the user to press enter, which is different to the exit command.

@@ -362,6 +368,12 @@ $ pwd
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$ mkdir thesis
$ nano thesis/draft.txt
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gcapes Aug 20, 2018

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This is largely repetition of the above. I would think it best to avoid repeating in the lesson text even if you would repeat it verbally as an instructor?

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