Commit 3223c0bf authored by Joel Rosdahl's avatar Joel Rosdahl

Various small updates.

parent bf6ddc46
2001-02-03 Joel Rosdahl <joel@rosdahl.net>
* distribution-README: Various small updates.
2001-01-28 Joel Rosdahl <joel@rosdahl.net>
* Release av 0.46.1-BETA-5.
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02139, USA.
Please mail bug reports to bug-lyskom@lysator.liu.se.
Please mail change requests to kom@lysator.liu.se
Please mail change requests to kom@lysator.liu.se.
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calc/calc-2.02f.tar.gz>
3. Installation
2. Installation
You will have received the client in a compressed tar archive or
in a zip file. The archive contains all the files needed to build
the client. It also contains a pre-built client.
in a zip archive. The archive contains all the files needed to
build the client.
The client is also available as an RPM and a Debian package. These
assume that you are using Gnu Emacs 20.5 or later.
You can either install manually (see section 3.1) or using the
Makefile (section 3.3). However you install, there are a few
You can either install manually (see section 2.1) or use the
Makefile (section 2.2). However you install, there are a few
additional steps that you may want to follow to facilitate using
the client (section 3.3).
the client (section 2.3).
The client is also available as an RPM and a Debian package. The
RPM requires Gnu Emacs 20.x, while the Debian package works for
The client is also available as a Debian package, which works for
all supported Emacs/XEmacs flavors listed in section 1 above. You
can also get the Debian package automatically via apt; see
<URL:ftp://ftp.lysator.liu.se/pub/lyskom/elisp-client/debian/README>
for more information.
for more information. After installing the package, continue
reading section 2.3.
3.1 Manual installation
2.1 Manual installation
This procedure should work on any system, including Windows.
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see possible locations.
3.2 Using the Makefile
2.2 Using the Makefile
If you are on a Unix-like system (or anything that supports
Makefiles) you can use make to install the client. You have to use
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automatically.
--enable-language=LANG
Enable a language. Currently swedish and
english are available. If you do not
Enable a language. Currently Swedish and
English are available. If you do not
explicitly enable any language, all will
be enabled.
--with-default-language=LANG
Set the default language to LANG (swedish
or english). If you do not specify a
Set the default language to LANG (Swedish
or English). If you do not specify a
default language the script will choose
one for you.
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bypass the environment check.
3.3 After installing
2.3 After installing
After installing you can set Emacs to load LysKOM automatically.
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The first server listed in kom-server-aliases will be the
default server for new users.
3. Restart Emacs. You should be able to use the command lyskom
(M-x l y s k o m RET) to start the client. Enjoy!
4. Reporting Bugs
3. Reporting bugs
Before reporting a bug, please check that it is not one of the
known issues below. Report bugs to bug-lyskom@lysator.liu.se.
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reproduce.
o How you started Emacs, what variables you have changed and
which packages you have loaded. If possible, try to reproduce
which packages you have loaded. If possible, try to reproduce
the bug with Emacs started with the -q command line switch.
The command kom-bug-report may come in handy. It gives us a lot of
information that you might not think of (such as what the internal
data structures look like.)
data structures look like).
5. Known issues
4. Known issues
Issue: I see \201 before Swedish characters in the string showing
what some other user is doing (e.g. L\201äser).
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