I answered only to help-nano (hope it's fine)
I chose 2.9.8 because it's the latest version that doesn't need new debian 10 packages (i'm on debian 9) to avoid conflicts
> which nano
Another problem I have is when I type "dpkg -r nano" it says this
dpkg: warning: ignoring request to remove nano, only the config
files of which are on the system; use --purge to remove them too
> strace nano README 2>TRAIL; grep -n access TRAIL | grep -n nanorc | less
7:62:access("/usr/local/etc/nanorc", R_OK) = -1 ENOENT (No such file or directory)
8:64:access("/home/my_server/.nanorc", R_OK) = -1 ENOENT (No such file or directory)
9:65:access("/home/my_server/.config/nano/nanorc", R_OK) = -1 ENOENT (No such file or directory)
Ok seems like it doesn't look in the right directory
> Did you maybe compile and install nano at first without the --prefix=/usr
option? If yes, then you need to configure it again without that option
and run 'make uninstall', to get rid of the nano in /usr/local/bin/.
I just tried to "make uninstall" (with and without sudo), it did something but nano is still installed on 2.9.8 after that
Le jeu. 5 déc. 2019 à 16:41, Benno Schulenberg <address@hidden
> a écrit :
Op 05-12-2019 om 13:53 schreef Benno Schulenberg:
> Which nano is this running? You can find out with 'which nano',
> or with 'type - nano'.
I meant: 'type -a nano'.