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- Subject: [ale] emacs?
- From: matthew.brown at cordata.net (Matthew Brown)
- Date: Thu, 14 Jan 1999 11:17:35 -0500
Yup. Only gives back a fewe directories. I just tried the --force option -
Which emacs should I be installing, by the way. It seems that emacs-2.0...
would be the one, or maybe emacs-nox...
Anyway, neither of these does it.
From: McCord, Charlie <mccord at LOMA.org>
To: 'Mike Fletcher' <fletch at phydeaux.org>; Matthew Brown
<matthew.brown at cordata.net>
Cc: ale at ale.org <ale at ale.org>
Date: Thursday, January 14, 1999 11:14 AM
Subject: RE: [ale] emacs?
>i'm not seeing the full conversation here but, have you tried 'find /
>-name emacs -print' or mabe *emacs?
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Mike Fletcher [SMTP:fletch at phydeaux.org]
>> Sent: Thursday, January 14, 1999 10:26 AM
>> To: Matthew Brown
>> Cc: ale at ale.org
>> Subject: Re: [ale] emacs?
>> >>>>> "Matthew" == Matthew Brown <matthew.brown at cordata.net> writes:
>> Matthew> As far as I can tell, there is no file named emacs on my
>> Matthew> system. The above are directories. The only reason I
>> Matthew> tried the alias emacs=... is because emacs would not load
>> Matthew> at all
>> You should probably try using `rpm -qa | grep -i emacs' to
>> make sure the emacs packages are actually installed, and then use the
>> `rpm --verify package' command to get rpm to check that everything
>> that's supposed to be installed looks OK. Another helpful command is
>> `rpm -ql package', which will list all the files installed by the
>> package specified.
>> Fletch |
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