|On Jan 23, 2019, at 8:39 AM, Michael Albinus <address@hidden> wrote:|
I did:I propose you write another bug report about. Best with proper Tramptraces; pls apply (setq tramp-verbose 6) prior opening the remotefile. There will be a Tramp debug buffer, which shall tell us what's up.
C-x C-f /scp:slc:<RET>
The message area displayed:
File not found and directory write-protected
The buffer showing was named "scp:slc:", so it seemed to think I was
talking about a local file. That's why I was wondering if there was a
Note that when I type C-x C-f in the pretest version, the default
directory is "~/", but it is "/" in the nightly. Not sure if that is
significant. Sorry we are getting into what seems like some sort of
OK, will do.
I was able to reproduce the redisplay problem with the nightly versionThis shall be handled here.
of Emacs when I didn't use -Q, so my guess is that there is something
wonky (and unrelated) going on at startup.
Thanks to both of you for your help with this!