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Re: new in emacs


From: ken
Subject: Re: new in emacs
Date: Tue, 3 Dec 2002 16:29:31 -0500

I got this to work some years ago but it's a little hazy now.  
Basically, I found the command to print from the command line.  There's 
a lot of dust in that part of my brain now, but I think it was something 
like

nprint textfile.txt

If I found that to work, then I used that command in an emacs variable
called "print-command".  

Something in emacs and/or Novell might have changed since those 
dinos were walking around, so it might work differently now.  But that's 
the general idea.

HIW,
ken

-- 
AMD crashes?  See http://cleveland.lug.net/~ken/amd-problem/.

John McCabe at 11:31 (UTC-0000) on Mon, 2 Dec 2002 said:

= On Mon, 2 Dec 2002 12:50:10 +0200, "barak yaish"
= <address@hidden> wrote:
= 
= >This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
= >
= >------=_NextPart_000_002B_01C29A01.59A62260
= >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. but
= >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 a
= >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>
= printer-name<ret>
= 
= In the "Name:" box enter:
= 
= //BIU/pr-mehr-2200-2
= 
= 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 emacs
= >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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