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Re: OK, lets get this to work!!

From: gerald . jean
Subject: Re: OK, lets get this to work!!
Date: Wed, 21 Nov 2012 09:56:05 -0500

Hello Michael,

first, it is not possible to try login on different machine.  For security
reasons IT is not willing to open me an account on a different machine,
similarly they won't allow someone from the outside world to logon our
systems!!!  I tried your commands with a different acount of the same
machine with the same results, not surprisingly!!!

I downloaded and unpacked tramp-2.2-6, but couldn't figure out how to
install it on a Windows machine.  All this "configure" and "make" stuff is
for *nixes machines.  I am not running Emacs Windows through Cygwin!!!  So,
how do we install tramp on native Windows Emacs???

Thanks again,

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address@hidden a écrit sur 2012/11/21
09:33:01 :

> Andy Moreton <address@hidden> writes:
> Hi Andy,
> > ok, sorry for the noise.
> No problem. I don't use MS Windows, so I'm happy for any help.
> > I've noticed from my local setup for NTemacs that the local shell
> > under emacs needs comint-process-echoes to be 't' for cmd.exe and nil
> > for Cygwin bash.
> The problem with the echo appears, when plink has established a
> connection. cmd.exe has nothing to echo then, I believe, because no
> command returns any output on that level. I suspect either some strange
> settings in PuTTY, or inconvenient stty settings on the remote side.
> Or some undesired EOL conversions inside Emacs. Achhhh ....
> >     AndyM
> Best regards, Michael.
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