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Re: emacs-w3m doesn't work
Katsumi Yamaoka <email@example.com> writes:
> Last week, I've forwarded your message posted to comp.emacs to
> the emacs-w3m list. However, there's no response so far.
Yes. I've seen it in the web archive.
> Doesn't emacs-w3m work even for local web pages? To check it,
> type `M-x w3m-history RET' for example and you will see a
> history page. You can also check it by accessing web servers in
> the intranet.
Hm. The w3m-history has only <about:> listed. Now I'm in my university
and try to access the university's web server. But I only get "Location:
http://www.uni-koblenz-landau.de/" in my *w3m* buffer and "Reading
http://www.uni-koblenz-landau.de/favicon.ico...done (no favicon)" in my
I've tested with using the IP instead of the URL, too. The I have the
same in my *w3m* buffer and "Fontifying...done" in the minibuffer.
But displaying local (file:///home/heimdall/...) html-content works
> Do you need the proxy server to access foreign web sites?
No. Not at home. Here in my university I need a proxy to access sites
out of the local net. But all pages inside the intra net can also be
I tested all pages with w3m in a terminal emulator and without having a
> If so, there are several ways to specify it. One is to set the
> `http_proxy' environment variable which is referred to by the w3m
> executable. Note that it should be set in the shell in which Emacs
> starts. For instance:
> http_proxy='http://proxy.uni-koblenz.de:8000/'; export http_proxy
> emacs -f w3m 'http://www.google.de/'
I tried this with the correct proxy settings, but then I got
Cannot retrieve URL: http://www.google.de/ (exit status: 0)
www.google.de could not be found. Please check the name and try again
in my *w3m* buffer.
To ensure the proxy works I tried the same settings with konqueror and
then it works... (And it works with this proxy settings with w3m in a
> Well, if you have a direct access to the Internet, I have
> currently no more ideas.
Me, too. :-(
Just to summarize: It seems to be a network problem, because rendering
local web sites works fine. But it is not a proxy problem. I can access
all external (at the university with proxy / at home without) and
internal sites with w3m in a terminal.
One last thing. C-c C-b sayed that w3m-type was 'w3m-i17n, but I have
w3m installed. Is this correct? I've tested emacs-w3m with (setq
w3m-type 'w3m), but this didn't change anything.
Thanks for your help,
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