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I wanted to show my code of the .emacs file there, but where should I post the code ? I can't post it in the comments box as it is too small, and I can't post that code as an answer to my own question ?
and am I supposed to talk about such problems w.r.t that site in this thread only ? or there is some other place for it ?
Distribution: Debian, Red Hat, Slackware, Fedora, Ubuntu
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