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Re: Log of a learning curve, was Re: Log of a newbie /2/16/99




Just a quick note to mention there is a web page for VM which includes
some good resources and the vm faq which is useful once you decide to
start modifying/configuring vm for your own needs. I have'nt got
access to my bookmarks file at the moment so I can't say what the url
is (sorry). However, once I've finished my system upgrade, I'll be
able to get to them and will post the url if anyone wants it. I
originally found it via a search on yahoo.

T.X
Matthew Campbell writes:
> > If you installed vm after starting emacs, then you will have to
> > restart emacs to get emacs to reread the file that tells info where
> > everything is. Does anyone else know of a better way?
> 
> This problem has been solved.  Ann can find the VM documentatino now.  The
> problem was that when I installed the Red Hat package for VM on her system,
> it didn't add an entry for VM to the info directory.  So I logged in last
> night and added it myself.
> 
> Matt
> 
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