John Paul Wallington writes:
Uwe Brauer <oub(a)maraton.sim.ucm.es> writes:
> When I start xemacs as root everything is fine, however any other
> ordinary user does not get Lucid toolbars but the plain old GNU
> ones. The first time I see this and have no explanation for this.
> Anybody has an idea?
If you become root using su then the path may be munged; perhaps
/usr/bin is put before /usr/bin/local and you are running a different
Hm it is more complicated.
I configured and compiled again, this time with explicit
--with-menubars=lucid (INSTALL says this is the default)
I did not install xemacs, but just started in
(and the wellcome message told me this is the right version, just compiled)
Now when I do this as a normal user, or as root (using su and setenv display)
then the menubar/tool bars look old plain gnu one.
When I log in as root with my own KDE session and start it,
xemacs looks like using Lucid, I say it looks because of the
greyscale, I had a close look and it is not Lucid, just gnu looking
So I am puzzled. The issue is not terrible important, but it annoys me
and show that something in the compilation went wrong, I wonder what