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Re: can't run cygwin emacs or XWin Server
Hi Marco okay my mistake sorry I made a mistake. I've re-posted to the
Best regards and thanks for your help
On 25/12/2016 16:29, Marco Atzeri wrote:
Reply in the mailing list please.
On 25/12/2016 17:00, mike wrote:
On 25/12/2016 15:13, Marco Atzeri wrote:
On 25/12/2016 13:55, mike wrote:
I run 32 bit cygwin on a 64 bit machine running Windows 7.
I used to get an XWin Server terminal running bash at startup (logging
into Windows) from which I could run the emacs packaged in cygwin.
After a round of updates I don't get the terminal window at startup
if I try to manually launch it it fails to launch and AFAICT if I
run emacs from a command prompt I get the native version of emacs
also have installed and not the cygwin one. The shortcut for XWin
C:\cygwin\bin\run.exe /usr/bin/bash.exe -l -c
Is the Xserver running and you just don't have the Xterm automatically
I actually don't know how to do that. Can you tell me please? (I'm not
really a Windows person at all more Linux ...)
Are the icon of X or XDG visible on the toolbar
as in the attached picture ?
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