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Re: Loading local .emacs from remote machine

From: gebser
Subject: Re: Loading local .emacs from remote machine
Date: Mon, 3 Feb 2003 20:08:34 -0500 (EST)


That's an idea, good for a lot of situations.  This is a client's
machine though and so in this instance it would be a little too
intrusive-- he doesn't have NFS running on his box and I wouldn't feel
comfortable starting it up and running it there.  

My first thought was simply to edit my own (local) ".emacs" and putting
it on his machine (as, say, .emacs-ken, then doing "emacs -t
.emacs-ken").  I was looking for something even simpler and more
discrete than that.  (Sheesh, I'm a lazy SOB.)

Thanks for the suggestion,

Kevin Rodgers at 16:45 (UTC-0700) on Mon, 3 Feb 2003 said:

= wrote:
= > I'm using X via ssh to open emacs on a remote machine but which pops
= > open a frame on my local box.  This is extremely cool, but how can I
= > have it load my local ".emacs" file when it does?
= Why not use NFS to share your home directory on both machines?

Happy Gui-Wei 4700

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