Morgan Fletcher <morgan@...> writes:
> I've got this in my .emacs:
> ; Configure Tramp for remote editing
> (require 'tramp)
> (setq tramp-default-method "sm") ; ssh with mimedecode
> I opened a remote file like so:
> When I try to save the file with debug-on-quit set to 't', I get this:
> Debugger entered--Lisp error: (quit)
> accept-process-output(#<process *tramp/sm morgan@...*> 1)
> tramp-send-command-and-check(nil "sm" "morgan" "host.com" "ls -d /home/morgan/public_html/media/index.html")
I think that you are saying that Emacs appears to hang, and after a
while of waiting, you hit C-g. And then you get the above backtrace.
The backtrace is already quite useful, but another piece of useful
data would be the *debug tramp/foo* buffer. You get this buffer with
(setq tramp-debug-buffer t) and then repeating the problem.
Hm. Opening the file works fine, but saving is a problem? That
appears to be really strange. Usually, when something is wrong, the
problems appear during the first Tramp operations, but it is rare
that some operations work and others don't.
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