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Re: tramp on NT emacs
- To: Keith Amidon <camalot at picnicpark dot org>
- Subject: Re: tramp on NT emacs
- From: mah at everybody dot org (Mark A. Hershberger)
- Date: 23 Apr 2001 12:48:41 -0500
- Cc: "rcp.el mailing list" <emacs-rcp at amaunet dot cs dot uni-dortmund dot de>, ntemacs-users at cs dot washington dot edu, cygwin at cygwin dot com
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Keith Amidon <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Inspired by Mark, I've been poking around trying to get tramp working
> on nt-emacs 20.7 with the Cygwin ssh port. I'm really
> close. Hopefully someone knows what needs to be done to take this the
> rest of the way.
I've got a quick synopsis of what I've done to attempt to get
tramp working up at <http://mah.everybody.org/docs/tramp-on-nt>.
Though I don't say so on that page, I'm getting the following
in my *Messages* buffer:
Couldn't find exit status of `ls -d "/home/mah/.bash_profile"'
when I try find-file on /tr@su:mah@mah:/home/mah/.bash_profile.
Looking through the debug buffer, it seems to be coming from the
following two lines:
ls: tramp_exit_status 1
/ this file does not exist : No such file or directory
The results of the two commands in
ls "/ this file does not exist"; echo tramp_exit_status $?
are being interpolated.
So, now I need some way to ensure that STDERR and STDOUT will
wait on each other. Looking over the bash manpage, I can't see
any way to coerce it.
Ahhh... That's about it for me. Anyone else?
ommnes exeunt in mysterium
All Things Lead into Mystery
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