|Subject:||Re: Problem saving modified tramp buffers|
|Date:||Thu, 7 Jan 2010 09:29:09 +0100|
|User-agent:||Thunderbird 188.8.131.52 (X11/20090812)|
Michael Albinus wrote:
Sorry for the delay on my side, I was on vacation.Martin Apel <address@hidden> writes:I'm experiencing a problem with not being able to save buffers using tramp anymore. This used to work before, and I suspect that the network configuration changed somehow, which now irritates tramp, so it cannot save anymore. But this may also be a wrong track.I don't believe so. Tramp tries to open the connection "/scp:address@hidden:", which simply does not exist. >From the traces it is not clear why it does. My guess is that you have set a wrong backup directory name or something like this. You can test this by starting "emacs -Q", and checking whether there are still problems.
Using 'emacs -Q' was a good tip. I finally found the culprit: I had added a line
in my .emacs file, which seems to cause the problem. File Shadowing and Tramp do not seem to get along well, I
already filed a bug report (#4846) for file shadowing in the emacs bug database. I tried to use file shadowing for files on a FTP server opened via Tramp.
I disabled file shadowing completely now, and saving tramp buffers works again.
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