When I tried to change the hostname for my Fedora Server 36, I did realise that
nano editor is not available by default - was mandatory use
vim instead. Of course, I installed later
sudo nano dnf install nano, but being curious
- Why Fedora Server 36 does not have nano editor installed by default?
What is the reason?
Well, I see that it’s included in the
standard package group that the server includes, so it should be there:
default-editor installed? Did you upgrade by any-chance? If you did, the default editor would not be changed from what I know. Only fresh installs get the new default editor.
Edit: dug around a bit more, looks like this was a bug that couldn’t be fixed in time. More information here:
Thanks by sharing the bug report, now is clear all … It is a fresh and clean FS 36 installation through VirtualBox