On 2007-06-07, Jim Hall <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> For freemacs/emacs, set the EMACS environment variable to point to
> where emacs .ed files are installed.

There aren't any .ed files -- not that I can find, anyway.
Once I get some real file utilities installed (e.g. a proper
"find") maybe I'll be able to find them.

> For example:

There are no .ed files in that directory.

> It's possible this didn't get set for you.
> Alternatively, try doing a CD into the directory where emacs is
> installed, and see if it runs (it should).

I tried that.  Same problem: no .ed files found.

I've found another lightweight emacs clone for DOS that I'm
going to try instead.

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