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This file documents No value for tramp version No value for trampver, a remote file editing package for No value for emacsname.
No value for tramp stands for `Transparent Remote (file) Access, Multiple Protocol'. This package provides remote file editing, similar to No value for ftppackagename.
The difference is that No value for ftppackagename uses FTP to transfer
files between the local and the remote host, whereas No value for tramp uses a
rcp or other work-alike
programs, such as
You can find the latest version of this document on the web at http://www.gnu.org/software/tramp/.
The latest release of No value for tramp is available for download, or you may see Obtaining Tramp. for more details, including the CVS server details.
No value for tramp also has a Savannah Project Page.
There is a mailing list for No value for tramp, available at
email@example.com, and archived at
the No value for tramp Mail Archive.
Older archives are located at
SourceForge Mail Archive and
The Mail Archive.
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|1. An overview of No value for tramp||What No value for tramp can and cannot do.|
For the end user:
|2. Obtaining Tramp.||How to obtain No value for tramp.|
|3. History of No value for tramp|
|4. Configuring No value for tramp for use|
|5. Using No value for tramp||An overview of the operation of No value for tramp.|
|6. Reporting Bugs and Problems|
|7. Frequently Asked Questions||Questions and answers from the mailing list.|
|Function Index||No value for tramp functions.|
|Variable Index||User options and variables.|
|Concept Index||An item for each concept.|
For the developer:
|8. How file names, directories and localnames are mangled and managed.|
|9. How to Customize Traces|
|10. Debatable Issues and What Was Decided|
|A. GNU Free Documentation License||The license for this documentation.|
--- The Detailed Node Listing --- Configuring No value for tramp for use
|4.1 Types of connections made to remote machines|
|4.2 Inline methods|
|4.3 External methods|
|4.4 Selecting a default method|
|4.5 Selecting a default user|
|4.6 Selecting a default host|
|4.7 Connecting to a remote host using multiple hops|
|4.8 Using Non-Standard Methods|
|4.9 Selecting config files for user/host name completion|
|4.10 Reusing passwords for several connections|
|4.11 Reusing connection related information|
|4.12 How No value for tramp finds and uses programs on the remote machine|
|4.13 Remote shell setup hints|
|4.15 Issues with Cygwin ssh|
|4.14 Auto-save and Backup configuration||Auto-save and Backup.|
Using No value for tramp
|5.1 No value for tramp filename conventions|
|5.2 URL-like filename syntax|
|5.3 Filename completion|
|5.4 Declaring multiple hops in the file name|
|5.5 Integration with other No value for emacsname packages|
|5.6 Cleanup remote connections|
How file names, directories and localnames are mangled and managed
|8.1 Breaking a localname into its components|
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