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Re: Begone, vile emacs!

%% Jonathan Markevich <jmarkevich@mad.scientist.com> writes:

  >> It's probably "emacs19" or "emacs20", or one of the xemacs varieties.

  jm> Neither!  It's really strange.
  >> The simplest way to find out what package a particuler file belongs to
  >> is with dpkg -S; try something like:
  >> $ dpkg -S bin/emacs

  jm> Not there either.

To the best of my knowledge, that means that you can just remove it.  If
no package knows about it, it's a "private file" on the system and you
can do whatever you want with it.

 Paul D. Smith <psmith@baynetworks.com>         Network Management Development
 "Please remain calm...I may be mad, but I am a professional." --Mad Scientist
   These are my opinions---Nortel Networks takes no responsibility for them.

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