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I've just got Suse 10.0, and I don't think that it came with the Emacs editor that I can (almost) use. I find vi far too baffling, so I downloaded Emacs using Yast. My question is; how can I get Emacs to run? All the other stuff that I've added to the system using Yast works fine, but I can't fathom how to sort Emacs out.
emacs: /usr/lib/emacs /usr/share/emacs /usr/share/man/man1/emacs.1.gz
And I can't find any way to launch the editor from these locations. Presumeably the /usr/share/man/man1/emacs.1.gz is the compressed file that Yast retrieved. I'm pretty sure that the necessary dependencies came with it. Am I being thick?