Subject: Re: emacs and telnet
To: None <>
From: Chris Gilbert <>
List: netbsd-users
Date: 01/31/2001 00:06:03
On Tuesday 30 January 2001  8:59 pm, wrote:
> > AH HA!!!  OK!  I misunderstood.  It's working the other way around from
> > what I incorrectly assumed!  It's *adding* your hostname!
> >
> > Isn't this a "good" thing?
> >
> > The only other logical thing to do would be to not pass the $DISPLAY to
> > the remote session if it didn't look like it would work there....
> it work but because of my still-not-resolved network problem i posted some
> time ago (ping to goes through ppp connection and back
> instead of locally) emacs connects to my xserver through superfast (33600
> bps) overloaded (3 ftps working) link and after hours will probably
> work :)

Are you trying to call your machine if so you might want to 
try adding it into your hosts file with the localhost entry, then on your 
machine it'll be a loopback connection.