|Subject:||Re: tramp 2.26 emacs 24.3 plink|
|Date:||Mon, 13 Oct 2014 13:02:30 +0100|
I have tried:On 19 September 2014 10:36, Michael Albinus <address@hidden> wrote:
> MM <address@hidden> writes:
>> Also, with M-x compile, i actually need to do remotely: "cd <dir>
>> && ./build.sh"
>> So change to some dir and start a script that will launch the compiler.
>> But then cd is interpreted as local cd, not remote cd.
> How do you call "cd"? From the minibuffer? Then you would need to give
> the whole Tramp name. From a *shell* buffer? Then it should work. From
> an *eshell* buffer? Then you would need the Tramp name as well.
> In order to avoid this struggle, it is recommend to use relative file
> names. Something like "cd ../../src".
In minibuffer: cd /plink:..:<pathToGoTo> && ./build.sh
It failed because the sh shell actually tried to find the /plink directory
Then I tried
cd <pathToGoTo> && ./build.sh
Then it failed with:
No such dir found via CDPATH env variable (I assume this is my local
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