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RE: new in emacs

From: barak yaish
Subject: RE: new in emacs
Date: Mon, 2 Dec 2002 15:09:43 +0200

yeh, i did and nothing helped. as i mentioned, its a networked printer
(novell based).
what more details i need to tell?


-----Original Message-----
From: address@hidden
[mailto:address@hidden Behalf Of John McCabe
Sent: Monday, December 02, 2002 14:52
To: address@hidden
Subject: Re: new in emacs

On Mon, 2 Dec 2002 14:12:32 +0200, "barak yaish"
<address@hidden> wrote:

>still doesn't help. when i'm trying to print a buffer, i got a message:
>"spooling with options (headers not supported)...done" and nothing is
>printed out.

Tell us a bit more about how your printer is set up. Is it a networked
printer? This may seem obvious, but you *have* read:

haven't you?

>i don't want to miss emacs for such stupid thing.
>-----Original Message-----
>From: address@hidden
>[mailto:address@hidden Behalf Of John McCabe
>Sent: Monday, December 02, 2002 13:32
>To: address@hidden
>Subject: Re: new in emacs
>On Mon, 2 Dec 2002 12:50:10 +0200, "barak yaish"
><address@hidden> wrote:
>>This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
>>Content-Type: text/plain;
>>      charset="windows-1255"
>>Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
>>hi all,
>>At last i decided to test emasc and see whether it meets my requirments.
>>there is little problem. my OS is win2k, and i cant configure the printing
>>through emacs! i tried to play with the .emacs file, but i probably did it
>>wrong... please some can guide me. i have a network printer (connected to
>>hole in the wall :-) with known address (of course). i the .emasc file i
>>wrote (setq printer-name "\\\\BIU\\pr-mehr-2200-2").
>Try using the customize facility.
>M-x customize-option<ret>
>In the "Name:" box enter:
>and press "Save for future sessions".
>> by the way, the file is
>>placed under c:/usr/home, but my home directory (which i've no idea if
>>knows that as well) is c:/documents and settings/yaishb.
>If you haven't set the environment variable "HOME" to anything (under
>Control Panel => System => Advanced => Environment Variables) then I
>believe Emacs treats your home directory as C:\. You can easily find
>out: enter C-x d then, at the prompt, press ~ and then <return>. Emacs
>will open a directory listing of what it considers to be your home
>directory, with the name at the top of the buffer.
>Hope this helps.
>PS If there's any way for you to disable the sending of html it would
>probably be appreciated.
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