Subject: Re: emacs and telnet
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Chris Gilbert <email@example.com>
Date: 01/31/2001 00:06:03
On Tuesday 30 January 2001 8:59 pm, firstname.lastname@example.org 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 wojtek.from.pl 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 wojtek.from.pl? 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.