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Re: ERROR: Could not start XEmacs or gnuclient
- To: Chuck Hunley <email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: ERROR: Could not start XEmacs or gnuclient
- From: Charles Wilson <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 29 Apr 1999 13:22:30 -0400
- References: <FC19F4EADDD6D1119A9D00A0C93983FF04854B58@ntmail02.pc.sas.com>
Chuck Hunley wrote:
> Thanks for the info. I have tried and verified all your suggestions, but it
> is still not starting via runemacs.exe. No other error messages are
> displayed. I've even added the location of runemacs and xemacs to my path.
> I think I'll have to get the source code and do some debugging.
> I can go into Windows Explorer->View->Folder Options, select the File Types
> tab and change my .c and .h files to use runemacs...and this works.
One last thing to try: download "run.exe" from
ftp://belgarion.resnet.gatech.edu/pub/run/run-1.1.4.tar.gz. This package
contains a more robust version of runemacs, and is in the official tree for
XEmacs 21.2. Unpack it, and rename the pre-compiled binary, "run-cygwinb20.exe"
to "runxemacs.exe" and put it in the same directory as the xemacs binary [NOTE
the "x" in run"x"emacs]. Then try executing runxemacs.
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