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Re: emacs and desktop-read

From: FCC
Subject: Re: emacs and desktop-read
Date: Fri, 29 Apr 2005 10:52:39 +0200
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Peter Dyballa articulated on 04/28/05 21:52:

>Am 28.04.2005 um 18:03 schrieb FCC:
>Read that file and notice the entries that are different from either 
>the Windows XP or the debian perspective. The cure: either delete those 
>(and make them never to appear again) or unify the view from both OS' 
>to the fat disk.
>   Pete
Thanks for answering. On Debian, I create the ~/.emacs.desktop from
scratch by first opening the 3 files, all of which are located on the
shared FAT32 drive, and then using (desktop-save). But if I close all
these buffers, and do a (desktop-read), then it fails:
Desktop: 0 buffers restored, 3 failed to restore.
If I restart emacs, then the first file listed in the .emacs.desktop is
restored, the others are not:
Desktop: 1 buffer restored, 2 failed to restore.
I have not checked if this desktop file will work from WinXP. But even
if it works, it does not work from Debian, which I use more often than



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