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Re: emacs in xterm

From: zeycus
Subject: Re: emacs in xterm
Date: Sat, 28 Oct 2006 10:01:05 -0700 (PDT)

Thank you, it's EXACTLY what I wanted!

Colin S. Miller-2 wrote:
> zeycus wrote:
>> Hi everybody. I am new to Debian (and Linux, in general), and I am having
>> a
>> problem with something. I am used to emacs in normal terminals. Now I
>> started using X-windows, and when I type the command 'emacs' in a xterm
>> it
>> is xemacs which is launched, with a fancy window, different font, etc.
>> But,
>> what if I prefer the old behaviour, expecting that emacs would make use
>> of
>> the whole particular xterm from which it is launched? I wish just that,
>> with
>> the same font I am using in that xterm, etc. The way it behaves if I
>> launch
>> emacs before starting theX-windows.
>> Forgive me if this question is well-known and explained, I did not manage
>> to
>> solve it. Thanks in advance!
> If you really want to run emacs in a terminal, use
> emacs -nw
> (no window)
> BTW,
> You can configure the which font emacs uses via the .Xresources file,
> or the customise menu (this might be beta emacs only; I use Xemacs which
> has had font customisation in the main release for a while now).
> HTH,
> Colin S. Miller
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