I'm a long-time user of LaTeX and having tried different editors over the years, I now want to start using AUCTeX in Windows 7 with TexLive distribution. I've followed different guides to properly configure EMACS + AUCTeX, including Joachim Schlosser's guide to solve Admin problems such as the following:
error: The directory `~/.emacs.d/server' is unsafe
I keep getting warnings regarding Admin privileges when I open EMACS as a simple User (without admin privileges). So far I haven't been able to successfully compile a single *.tex document with pdfLaTeX and display the pdf in an adjacent window. Can you help me fix the problem, please?
I have EMACS installed in C:/Program Files/Emacs/. In the same folder I have unzipped AUCTeX's archive. The whole folder tree looks like this:
-Emacs |- .emacs.d | |- auto-save-list | |- server | |init.el |+ doc %(AUCTeX's documentation) |- emacs-24.2 | |+ bin | |+ etc | |+ info | |+ leim | |+ lisp | |+ site-lisp | | BUGS | | COPYING | | README | | README.W32 |- info | |auctex.info | |auctex.info-1 | |auctex.info-2 | |dir | |preview-latex.info |- site-lisp |- var
Please have a look at a snapshot of the EMACS warning window and my EMACS' init.el file (as a .txt file).