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I'm using carbon emacs on mac OS X (snow leopard). I can use M-x shell or M-x eshell but these shells don't contain non-default commands, such as 'ack' that I added with MacPort. Is there some way to get a complete shell configuration in my emacs?

I bet it's possible since this works on Aquamacs. However I prefer carbon emacs for personal reasons.

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When you say that you added non-default commands, do you mean in your .bash_profile or .profile, or some other method? I'd also be interested in hearing why you prefer carbon emacs, if you don't mind sharing. – Larry Coleman Nov 26 '10 at 21:20
    
@Larry : I prefer carbon emacs because it feels more neutral than aquamacs. With aquamacs you start with a bunch of stuff I don't really want. carbon emacs starts with the basic and I can add what I want the way I want it. – tmoisan May 5 '11 at 14:31
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You should also take a look at this thread here at SU.

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Yes this thread fixed all possible problems I had with my PATH and shell. – tmoisan Dec 26 '10 at 18:01

You probably just need to add the path to your MacPort binaries to your PATH. Add this at the end of your ~/.profile or ~/.bashrc:

export PATH=/opt/local/bin:/opt/local/sbin:$PATH
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Adding it to .bashrc worked! Thanks. – tmoisan Nov 28 '10 at 13:23

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