ARCHIVED: For Emacs, how do I get online help?
The Emacs online manual and online tutorial contain information on many commands. To see the online manual, at the Unix prompt, enter:
For a quick lesson, you can invoke the Emacs tutorial. At the Unix prompt, enter:
C-h t. To exit the tutorial, press
The computer you're using may have the GNU Info help system installed for Emacs. If it does, you can enter Info mode in Emacs by pressing:
- For information on how to issue these commands in Emacs, see In Emacs, how are keystrokes denoted?
- If you connect to the Unix host running Emacs using NCSA
Telnet or BetterTelnet for Mac OS, you may
need to deactivate telnet's
Ctrl-cescape key sequence before exiting Emacs. To do so, press
Command-s. Then press
Tabto highlight the "Interrupt Process" field. Finally, press
At Indiana University, for personal or departmental Linux or Unix systems support, see At IU, how do I get support for Linux or Unix?
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