Solved Why do we need Text Editors in Linux and not on Cisco?
The basic answer to this is that on Cisco, you can look at everything as a part of one file. And the reason is because it has less overall config. So you can do that, and with Linux, you have a lot more overall config, which makes the file structure necessary.
When X is built to reference all these different configuration files and different types of files. So it's not just one type, which is why it's necessary to have a text editor.
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