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Re: Emacspeak 9.0

Hmm I just installed Redhat and all development tools and it took up 450
meg plus I have a lot of software I work on and I need that extra 500 meg
I don't know how you were able to squeeze your install that small but I
use everything I have installed.  As long as it doesn't depend on Xwin
then there is no problem I will find a way to make it work.

ken /whsitler

On Mon, 1 Feb 1999 wlestes@wlestes.uncg.edu wrote:

> > I will go and re-get the emacspeak rpm from the Blinux site.  As for your
> > suggestion of installing the x11 stuff the problem is I am on a laptop I
> > have only 1 gig free for linux and I can't have all the space taken up by
> > x11 maybe there should be two rpm's one for xwindows one without?
> hmm i'm on a .5 gig hard drive with linux on an 320meg partition with
> X installed (enough of it to keep emacs happy). one gig should be far
> more than sufficient.
> and emacspeak afaik has no dependencies on X so there is no need for
> multiple rpms.
> > > 1: either create a symlink called emacs in /usr/bin pointing to
> > > emacs-nox or install the emacs-X11 package (with the attendant XFree86
> > > packages to keep the dependencies satisfied).
> > > 
> > > 2: exactly what error messages are being generated by exactly
> > > which commands?
> > > 
> > > 3: this is most likely not a problem with redhat 5.2--although you
> > > would want to check their errata pages when you think this is or might
> > > be possible.
> > > 
> > > 4: do you have all the programs required by emacspeak installed?

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