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Re: gdb emacs no such file or directory gdb

From: Mike
Subject: Re: gdb emacs no such file or directory gdb
Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2014 15:07:14 -0700 (PDT)
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Hi John

Thank you for your replies. But I do not want to find what is the problem with 
init file (because I know it is the last line that I added). The problem is 
running gdb by Emacs. Whenever I try to run gdb in Emacs by M-x gdb, first it 

Run gdb (like this): gdb -i=mi myfile

and after pressing return it says that

searching for program: No such a file or directory, gdb

What should I do now. (keep in mind that I am new to the Emacs)

Best Regard

On Monday, October 20, 2014 8:12:59 PM UTC-4, Mike wrote:
> Hi guys,
> I have just decided to use Emacs and GDB for my FORTRAN coding. Everything 
> seem to work perfectly, but the GDB and Emacs integration. I know GDB is 
> working fine since I can operate it in terminal, but as soon as I try to use 
> it in Emacs I get "no such file or directory gdb".
> This problem is probably related to disagreement between the PATH in a shell 
> and my Emacs exec-path as already discussed in  
> Unfortunately, I do not know how to set the PATH in Emacs. However, I tried 
> the following from above link that did not work:
> "There is also a way to launch GNU Emacs from the Terminal (has the correct 
> path) à la: 
>         open /Applications/ 
> Then it will inherit $PATH's value and set exec-path accordingly. (Mac OS X 
> misses some understanding of setting paths on an UNIX system.) 
> "
> Does any one know how can I solve the problem?
> Any help on this would be much appreciated. 
> Kind regards 
> Mike

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