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Re: Why do I have to explicitly set to avoid error on save customization
Re: Why do I have to explicitly set to avoid error on save customizations?
5 Nov 2002 08:35:55 -0800
Thank you, that worked just fine. Actually, I had the HOME
environment variable set, but it was set to a Cygwin path
(/home/Administrator, instead of C:/cygwin/home/Administrator).
address@hidden wrote in message news:<address@hidden>...
> address@hidden (Christopher Balz) writes:
> > Running: Gnu Emacs version 21.2.1 (i386-msvc-nt5.0.2195)
> > (i.e., on Win2000)
> > I figure that I must not be starting up Emacs in the most graceful way
> > possible, since I must explicitly set the 'user-init-file' variable in
> > order to be able to "save for future sessions" in the Emacs
> > Customizations user interface.
> > Below please find:
> > A) Relevant Code Snippets from .emacs
> > B) Entire .emacs file.
> > Looking forward to your suggestions. Thank you in advance and Long
> > Live Emacs.
> Try to set the HOME environment variable under
> Current Settings - System - Advanced
> Then emacs will find the file ~/.emacs.