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Old 06-02-2005, 01:17 PM   #1
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emacs process has no tty

hi, The issue is as follows:
I am trying to run STK(UCB Scheme Interpreter) under emacs:
I got the scheme buffer, but no "stk" prompt, I can write expressions,
but cannot see their values. I can see the errors:
The following is a copy of the scheme buffer:
first <---- This is a built in function
(+ 2 3)
unbound variable: a
This is the schemeprocess inside emacs:

Proc Status Buffer Tty Command
______ _____ ________ _____ ________
scheme run *scheme* (none) stk-simply

The Tty field is set to "none". I am running Linux Suse 9.3. In my previous,
Fedora distro, I hadn't this problem.

Any suggestion will be greatly appreciated,
Thanks in advance
Old 06-22-2005, 01:25 PM   #2
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Just to let you know, that this is an issue with emacs that comes as a RPM package with the Suse distro. I've compiled and installed emacs from t he GNU' s web page, and the scheme process got its tty. Now it is ok.



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