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bug#23322: 25.0.92; Tramp and find-file error

From: Live System User
Subject: bug#23322: 25.0.92; Tramp and find-file error
Date: Thu, 21 Apr 2016 13:34:59 -0400
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/25.0.92 (gnu/linux)

Michael Albinus <address@hidden> writes:

Hi Michael,

> Live System User <address@hidden> writes:
>> Hi,
> Hi,
>> In my Emacs environment using Tramp to access a file using the
>> ssh method, I get the following backtrace (see below) with
>> C-x C-f `(find-file)':
>>         Find file: ~//ssh:localhost:~/xpra.test
>> `(list-process)' yields:
>> *tramp/ssh l... run     *tramp/ssh l... /dev/pts/14  /bin/sh -i
>> However, immediately executing the same command `(find-file)' again,
>> I successfully get new buffer for the file:
>> .%  *Process List*           64 Process Menu     
>>     ssh:xpra.test             0 Fundamental      
>> /ssh:localhost:/home/liveuser/xpra.test
>>   * l                      3676 Fundamental      
>>  %* *Backtrace*            3676 Debugger         
>>     *scratch*               145 Lisp Interaction 
>>  %* *Messages*             2479 Messages         
>>   * *tramp/ssh local...       0 Fundamental      
>> Does the *Backtrace* reveal any clues on what went initially wrong?
> Honestly, I don't see what you have typed. Could you, pls, give a recipe
> how to reproduce the problem? Pls start with "emacs -Q".

I typed:

C-x C-f /ssh:localhost:~/xpra.test RET

which fails rhe first time but succeeds the second,
immediately after.

This works all the time with "emacs -Q" so I know it has
to do with my emacs Tramp setup and its interaction with Tramp.

But this exact same setup worked flawlessly with Emacs 24-3.

I have a tramp-verbose 6 buffer which I can send offlist, if


>> Thanks.
> Best regards, Michael.

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