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Re: OK, lets get this to work!!

From: Michael Albinus
Subject: Re: OK, lets get this to work!!
Date: Thu, 22 Nov 2012 16:41:49 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.1.50 (gnu/linux)

address@hidden writes:

> Hello Michael,

Hi Gérald,

> I am a bit confused here!!!  As the first line of the file I sent you we
> have:
> ;; GNU Emacs: 23.3.1 Tramp: 2.2.7-pre -*- mode: outline; -*-
> The 2.2.7 must come from somewhere???

That is from trampver.el I have sent to you. Wherever you have installed
it; it is loaded by Emacs.

> I haven't installed tramp-2.2.6,
> only downloaded and unpacked it in "C:\Emacs" which is in the load path.  I
> now moved the two files you sent to "C:\Emacs\tramp-2.2.6\lisp" and put
> that directory in the loadpath.  The ouput of the debug buffer is the same,
> with the same first line.  But again I have NOT installed tramp-2.2.6, it
> is probably running the version coming with emacs-23.3 that I have.

As I have said, you don't need to *install* Tramp 2.2.6. Unpack the
tar-ball (you have done), and add the two files I have sent to the
"C:\Emacs\tramp-2.2.6\lisp" directory (you have done as well), and add
this directory to your load-path (you seem to have done this also).

If trampver.el is placed into the Tramp lisp directory, we know that you
are running the right Tramp version. That's all we need for the short test.

OTOH, that means, that the recent Tramp version doesn't help :-(

Well, maybe you can try to access that remote host from another machine
with Tramp, preferred from a UNIX/Linux one. If that works, we know that
it isn't a problem of that remote machine.

In parallel, I will contemplate how to enable more traces that we could
see what's happening.

If you don't have time just now, no problem. We will continue when it is
convenient for you.

> Gérald

Best regards, Michael.

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