KaiGro=DFjohann [mailto:Kai.Grossjohann@...] writes:
> "Thomas Haselberger" <thomas.haselberger@...> writes:
> > I tried to use tramp with ntemacs and cygwin some time ago and
> > didn't get it to work (but I didn't try all possible methods) -
> > switched to using emacs on linux on an x server.
> > Taking David Starks-Browning's hints, I succeeded now.
> Can you tell us (me) exactly what did you do? I get confused so
> easily when people say they followed instructions X...
I followed the instructions on=20
except for point 4. (ssh agent usage)
> > But I don't have to run runemacs from the cygwin shell. So I left
> > away setting the emacs bin dir path for cygwin and it worked fine
> > when starting emacs as usual.
> You mean the setting of the environment variable PATH to include the
> directory containing runemacs.exe?
> At first I thought you were referring to the Lisp variable exec-path.
> (See how easily I can misunderstand?)
> > my setup:
> > - emacs is set up to use cygwin as a shell (following the
> > instructions from the cygwin webpage)
> OK. I'll just point to that. What's the URL?
> What did you do so that Emacs runs under the ssh-agent?=20
> Or maybe your key does not have a passphrase?
It doesn't have a passphrase. that's maybe not what most people want ...
maybe I should try ssh-agent.