Emacs 24 can't find org library

Ken Brown kbrown@cornell.edu
Mon Oct 22 02:23:00 GMT 2012

On 10/21/2012 3:56 PM, Kete Foy wrote:
> Ken,
> Thanks for your reply on May 31 (URL at bottom), to reproduce the issue, start
> an org file by naming it anything.org. Then, try to export it with the
> following keybinding: C-c C-e. I had this same problem in Debian, and the

It appears to work for me.  I visited an empty file called anything.org, 
and I typed C-c C-e.  This gave me a list of choices of format for the 
export.  I didn't take it any further.

As I said in my first reply, I don't use Org mode, so maybe I'm missing 
something.  If so, please give me *detailed* instructions as to what to 
do.  Then tell me what happens when you do it and what you think should 

> Freenode #emacs channel helped me figure out it was due to the old version of
> Org-mode. 7.9.1 fixes this problem, but Debian ships Emacs with 7.8.*. To see
> the Org-mode version, please type M-x org-version RET. If you could package
> the new Org-mode version of 7.9.2 like Debian does, I think it would fix this

I don't know what Debian does, but my Cygwin emacs packages include 
whatever version emacs ships.  I'm not interested in packaging a 
different version of Org-mode and hoping it works with the current emacs.

> problem, and I would appreciate it. 7.8 probably can't do other org commands
> like a bug report either (M-x org-submit-bug-report RET).

Again, this appears to work for me, so you'll need to give details if 
you're having a problem with it.  And please follow the 
problem-reporting guidelines as given here:



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