I’m already using few tips described here. From the article:
So I like vim a lot, and I’ve been using it on and off for a few years, but recently I’ve been using it full-time to code in Python. I learned a few things along the way and I made vim a better IDE for myself. Here’s how.
You can follow along or go straight to author’s .vimrc file. Place the .vimrc file in your home folder and enjoy the goodies.
The first step is to make sure you have the equivalent power of jedit, textpad, gedit and the like.
VIM is my preferred text editor for configuring system and writing code at a shell prompt. However, many new Linux user finds it difficult to cope with vim or vi. This tutorial provides a good introduction:
The superuser is a privileged user with unrestricted access to all files and commands. The superuser has the special UID (user ID) 0. You need to become super user (root) only when tasks need root permissions. Here is how to become a super user:
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