Luis Mochan writes:
> Thanks Jay! > Sorry for the confusion. > I have now tried to configure 'editor' by either writing and editor script > in my ~/bin directory (which is in my $PATH) or by running > update-alternatives to make a system wide change. I tried nano (the > default, terminal oriented) and emacs (x-windows oriented) and got the > same > Error while spawning editor: The process failed to start. Have you tried configuring the editor.command setting yet? It's not clear if you tried that or not. > :( > Is there a way to find out why? > Could this be related to my previous problem (failure to print)? > Thanks and regards, > Luis If you run ':messages debug', you should get a detailed log of what's going on. Probably, it's trying to launch with the default 'gvim' command, and you don't have gvim installed.