[olug] getting to emacs

ktb xyf at peoplepc.com
Mon Aug 21 12:31:00 UTC 2000

----- Original Message -----
From: "Sam Deel" <sdeel at home.com>
To: <olug at bstc.net>
Sent: Monday, August 21, 2000 7:19 AM
Subject: [olug] getting to emacs

> I have a system with redhat6.0 (i think) I have not done much with it,
> other than do a couple of installs.  The last install was like cheating
> (I did a server install).  Anyway, I am sure I have emacs installed
> (checked RPM), but I can't find it.  I don't see it as root or as sdeel
> in the GUI and either user gets not found error when I try to exec from
> command line.  It's probably in the GUI somewhere, but I dot see it.
> I'm wanting to learn emacs (reading an old copy of o'reilly learning GNU
> emacs). I need the editor to play with it.
> --sad

You should be able to emacs by typing "emacs" or at the command line in
either an xterm or in console.
My emacs is in /usr/bin

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