Ar an 3u la de mi 10, scriobh Darragh :
> Unfortunately at the moment I cant use X so I'm restricted to the bash
> prompt. Emacs seems to be a very confusing application but another
> application that I need is in there so there you are. I'm going to try
> installing the cvs version again tomorrow. Before that how do I delete any
> reference to w3 from Linux? I don't want anything to conflict.
If you are limited to the console, then w3m is a better app, though I
confess I've never had the time or the inclination to learn how to use
it :-) .
Did you try those commands in *scratch* that I mentioned? If they gave
errors, what were they?
I imagine it installs into a directory of its own, and that if you
remove that directory, there shouldn't be any conflicts. However, you
did mention that there seemed to be some individual customization
involved; hopefully, removing any line that mentions w3 from you
$HOME/.emacs file should get rid of it, but then I've this bad feeling
that recent GNU Emacsen may have a configuration directory.
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