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Emacs doesn't run #210

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dpavlic opened this Issue Nov 21, 2014 · 10 comments

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dpavlic commented Nov 21, 2014

Please forgive if I'm missing something, but emacs-nox (or w32) will not run. Doing a

pact install emacs

Seems to install the package, but trying to run emacs-nox will not work. Trying to run it from cmd prompt produces "The procedure entry point __cxa_atexit could not be located in the dynamic link library" although I'm not sure if that's relevant.

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{ ~ } HEAD » ls -l /usr/bin/emacs-nox.exe ~
-rwxr-xr-x+ 1 Jjjj None 11040285 Aug 15 11:30 /usr/bin/emacs-nox.exe

When I type "emacs-nox" it works perfectly. Here is the result of my pact find.

Searching for installed packages matching emacs:
emacs
emacs-w32
xemacs-emacs-common

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xjlin0 commented Nov 22, 2014

{ ~ } HEAD » ls -l /usr/bin/emacs-nox.exe ~
-rwxr-xr-x+ 1 Jjjj None 11040285 Aug 15 11:30 /usr/bin/emacs-nox.exe

When I type "emacs-nox" it works perfectly. Here is the result of my pact find.

Searching for installed packages matching emacs:
emacs
emacs-w32
xemacs-emacs-common

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Interesting. All looks good here

-rwxr-xr-x+ 1 pcuser None 11046429 Nov 14 17:03 /usr/bin/emacs-nox.exe 

pact find gives me plenty of candidates:

emacs
emacs-auctex
emacs-debuginfo
emacs-el
emacs-gettext
emacs-ocaml
emacs-w32
emacs-X11
xemacs
xemacs-emacs-common
xemacs-mule-sumo
xemacs-sumo
xemacs-tags

But emacs nox will not work. This is a Windows 8.1 64 bit installation. Everything else works without much of a hitch (not that it's extensively tested -- my inability to run emacs is a serious problem). My next attempt will be to run vanilla cygwin, and see what occurs.

UPDATE: I've just installed a virgin cygwin, and no issues whatsoever with emacs.

dpavlic commented Nov 22, 2014

Interesting. All looks good here

-rwxr-xr-x+ 1 pcuser None 11046429 Nov 14 17:03 /usr/bin/emacs-nox.exe 

pact find gives me plenty of candidates:

emacs
emacs-auctex
emacs-debuginfo
emacs-el
emacs-gettext
emacs-ocaml
emacs-w32
emacs-X11
xemacs
xemacs-emacs-common
xemacs-mule-sumo
xemacs-sumo
xemacs-tags

But emacs nox will not work. This is a Windows 8.1 64 bit installation. Everything else works without much of a hitch (not that it's extensively tested -- my inability to run emacs is a serious problem). My next attempt will be to run vanilla cygwin, and see what occurs.

UPDATE: I've just installed a virgin cygwin, and no issues whatsoever with emacs.

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This issue has also occurred in my environment that is Windows7 64bit.
I typed "emacs-nox", but it did not run. And no error message was displayed.

ligun commented Feb 10, 2015

This issue has also occurred in my environment that is Windows7 64bit.
I typed "emacs-nox", but it did not run. And no error message was displayed.

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mattroid Mar 5, 2015

I have a very similar issue with installing the irssi package. The package installs, but when I run the command ">irssi" nothing happens, except for an $? that returns exit code 2. the binary has 777 for testing purposes, so that's not the issue.

mattroid commented Mar 5, 2015

I have a very similar issue with installing the irssi package. The package installs, but when I run the command ">irssi" nothing happens, except for an $? that returns exit code 2. the binary has 777 for testing purposes, so that's not the issue.

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It's related to #239 - a fix will come soon...

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tombujok commented Mar 5, 2015

It's related to #239 - a fix will come soon...

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Fixed in 1.1.0.
Release status: #266

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tombujok commented Mar 30, 2015

Fixed in 1.1.0.
Release status: #266

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xinglinsky Jun 16, 2017

The problem happened again.
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xinglinsky commented Jun 16, 2017

The problem happened again.
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kmcdon Jun 28, 2017

Still not working for me either.....

{ ~ } » emacs ~ 127
{ ~ } » emacs-nox ~ 127
{ ~ } » babun update ~ 127
Executing babun update
upstream [release]
installed [1.2.0]
newest [1.2.0]
Babun is up to date
Checking Cygwin version:
installed [1.7.35]
newest [1.7.35]
Cygwin is up to date

kmcdon commented Jun 28, 2017

Still not working for me either.....

{ ~ } » emacs ~ 127
{ ~ } » emacs-nox ~ 127
{ ~ } » babun update ~ 127
Executing babun update
upstream [release]
installed [1.2.0]
newest [1.2.0]
Babun is up to date
Checking Cygwin version:
installed [1.7.35]
newest [1.7.35]
Cygwin is up to date

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djhaskin987 Jan 28, 2018

Happening to me too, on a fresh install.

djhaskin987 commented Jan 28, 2018

Happening to me too, on a fresh install.

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verajosemanuel Jul 22, 2018

here, same issue. Windows 10 on a fresh babun install.

verajosemanuel commented Jul 22, 2018

here, same issue. Windows 10 on a fresh babun install.

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