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Old 02-10-2004, 03:04 PM   #1
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elvis(vi) in user mode = 'no such session'


Ive been using linux as root for the most of the time ive been using it, but I finally created a user account. The user is in the same group as root. elvis has execute permissions for user, group, and other.

Yet everytime I try to create a new file, edit a file, or just type 'vi', I get "no such session"m and the formatting of my terminal is screwed up. Any help??
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