Re: gnus in GNU Emacs 20 in Potato does not start
Jan Ulrich Hasecke <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Hallo Debs!
> Because xemacs is a little bit big, I want to use GNU Emacs instead.
> Two days ago I dist-upgraded to potato with no problems, so I now run
> emacs 20.7.2 (i386-debian-linux-gnu, X toolkit) and gnus v5.8.3
> Starting guns I get to following errormessage:
> Symbol's value as variable is void: message-included-forward-headers
> I found the string in four files:
> What can I do now?
The Gnus that comes with Emacs 20.7 is older, so you can either delete
the old one (5.7 ?), or put 5.8.x ahead in load-path.
(If you just did "make install" without deleting the old version
beforehand, that might be the problem).