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Re: i am new at emacs and emacspeak



Thank you Will,

I found the emacs tutorial, finally. and the man pages for emacs.

Q. How do I run a command like "Pine" or the "LYNX" browser from within
emacspeak? Or is this a no-can-do?

q. Do I need to learn how to use eterm if I am flying solo with linux and
emacs environment on my own pc? What would I enter for a hostname and port
number. I am figuring that I would use eterm to run commands like LYNX and
PINE.

Q. When I tried to read the linux howto, emacspeak could not find the
emacspeak-HOWTO file. Where does emacspeak look for this file and how do I
tell emacspeak to change the place where it should look for it? Do I have
to know how to code LISP to customize emacspeak?

Thanks again, everyone.


Bill Gaughan

On Wed, 23 May 2001, W. L. Estes wrote:

> > Q. Where is the best source of information and documentation to learn
> > emacs and emacspeak for someone who is computer savvy?
>
> emacs: start with
>
> man emacs
>
> from your nearest shell. The man page will point you to the tutorial
> and some other useful things.
>
> hth,
>
> --Will
>
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