My workstation was recently updated to Windows 7. I've downloaded putty and have configured it to the same settings I had under Vista.
Whenever I ssh to a vm running Centos 5.4 and try to run emacs on a file, I'm getting an error about a connection to an X server:
[ecto1 ~]$ emacs foo.bar Connection lost to X server `localhost:10.0'
I never received this error message when I had Vista. I can get around it by aliasing emacs to 'emacs -nw', but I don't feel that I should have to do this.
My co-worker has the same hardware that had the same upgrade and his sessions do not seem to be doing this.
Any advice? I can't find anything on google and don't know where else to start.
[ecto1 ~]$ emacs -version GNU Emacs 21.4.1