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Re: w3m-anchor problem?
- From: Rob Hill <robhill@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 11 Jan 2009 10:51:34 +1300
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Hello Tatsuya and list,
Thank you, that worked. I'm running the latest stable emacspeak,
version 29.0, so I recompiled the source rather than using apt-get.
But now the command
Whatever its other virtues, emacs-w3m is a superb browser for use with
Tatsuya Kinoshita writes:
> On January 7, 2009, [emacs-w3m:10575],
> robhill (at es.co.nz) wrote:
> > I'll persist, and let you know how I get on. This command worked
> > under ubuntu hardy, so I suppose I need to determine whether the newer
> > versions of emacs, emacspeak, or w3m are the problem.
> Could you please try the following to reinstall the emacspeak package?
> $ sudo apt-get install w3m-el-snapshot
> $ sudo apt-get --reinstall install emacspeak
> The emackspeak package does the byte-compilation forcely even if
> emacs-w3m is not installed, that might be problematic.
> Tatsuya Kinoshita