>my emacs seem not to be running in the X-windows. I know that emacs came
>with a version that runs in X-Windows; the one with menu bars. When I
>try to startup emacs in X. The hard-disk does attempt to load it out,
>but it dies out half way through. I quit X-windows, and saw this message
> "Standard input is not a tty"
>I know that something is missing, but just dont know what. I would be
>glad if anyone could help me out with this.
Also I have 2 versions of emacs:
a symbolic link then points emacs to the "with" version. Originally
it pointed to the "no" version. emacs will still work if not in X, as
it is smart enought to know the difference. The "with" version is
somewhat larger than the other version. Check your link. Maybe that
will solve your problem.
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