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Re: M-x in shell after emacs --daemon

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: M-x in shell after emacs --daemon
Date: Sun, 11 Dec 2011 19:49:58 -0500

      The disk image is just a ram disk image loaded at boot time. It
      contains a filesystem generated with Buildroot containing BusyBox. I
      added my toy C compiler TinyCC and my unfinished but usable emacs
      clone QEmacs. There is also a small MS-DOS .COM launcher I use to test
      the 16 bit emulation with a tiny .COM program to compute pi and a
      small self-assembling assembler for MS-DOS.

How curious.  It sounds like this is not GNU/Linux,
but another system that is almost completely different.

Dr Richard Stallman
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