Originally Posted by linosaurusroot
Look in your sudoers file. There may be a definition "Defaults env_keep" that does not include EDITOR. I wouldn't allow a "crontab -e" in a sudoers anyway - might as well give them a shell.
thanks a lot ,
works just fine.
I have read that
could be working for that specific "user" , right ?
And where is specified that nano has to be used by default ?
In sudoers is no info about nano as an default editor and my env variables did not contain it either anywhere.