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Re: Starting Emacs on Linux "frame-buffer" tty feels a bit scrappy

From: Stuart D. Herring
Subject: Re: Starting Emacs on Linux "frame-buffer" tty feels a bit scrappy
Date: Wed, 10 Jan 2007 09:45:59 -0800 (PST)
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>> I wonder if some terminal command that Emacs thinks is very fast
>> is actually executing very slowly.  I suggest you make a dribble file
>> to investigate what commands Emacs is sending.
> Sorry, I don't understand your suggestion.  I don't think you're talking
> about `open-dribble-file', which records key sequences, since the
> problem happens at start-up before I get to press a key.
> Could you (or somebody else really good) please give me a more detailed
> clue about how to look at this.  Thanks!

I don't know that I'm really good, but I'm sure that Richard meant for you
to make a terminal script (`open-termscript').


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