emacs client short answer
hereld at mcs.anl.gov
Wed Jun 9 18:04:06 CDT 1999
Bob's scrambling on another front right now. Here's the very short answer:
Load this and, you'll be golden or close to it. As I recall, "meta-x mud" will load it. The default is probably Waterfall Glen, so just hit return. Then you're in.... your next move is "connect <character> <password>" then you'll transition seamlessly into the instructions and info on the previously provided but herein duplicated url
(it may be that Bob doesn't have anything more to say on this account... in which case this note is the definitive answer to the question "...But what about an emacs client?")
At 06:40 PM 6/9/99 -0400, you wrote:
>Does anyone in your group use the MUD from emacs on SGI? (This is where I
>"live", i.e., edit-compile-run, read mail, etc.)
>putnam at bu.edu
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> It's time to get on the MUD and work. This list should include all of
>the technical folks who attended the AG Tutorial at Argonne on June 7th and
>8th, as well as others who need to be in direct contact with the development
>process as we boot up Access Grid Nodes across the nation.
> We want to see folks in the Access Grid Hangout Room by Friday, June 11,
>so that we can use it as a primary channel for development, discussion, and
>hacking during the upcoming (and dare I say "gruelling") Test Cruise week.
> Go to http://www.mcs.anl.gov/fl/accessgrid/ag-mud.htm for instructions on
>how to get going on the mud. Do it now, please.
> If you're having problems, please let us know (via email to
>ag-tech at mcs.anl.gov) so that we can fix it immediately!
> Many thanks, and see you in the AG Hangout Room,
> -- Mark
> P.S. let us know if we've forgotten anybody important on the mailing list.
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