If you type "C-u, M-x run-scheme" - ie. give run-scheme a numeric
argument, you get prompted for which executable to start running
in an inferior-scheme-process.
Or set the variable 'scheme-program' to whatever starts scm on
Typing "C-h, f, run-scheme" will give you information about all
>>> "AJ" == Anurag Jain <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
AJ> Could anyone give me a clue as to how to set up emacs to recognise scm
AJ> Scheme. in linux10 (Fedora project)
AJ> The interpreter works, but emacs can't access it. When i type in "Meta-X
AJ> run-scheme" (as the scm man page says to), emacs says "No such file or
AJ> program: scheme". I've also tried "run-scm" and "run-SCM". The man page
AJ> isn't too helpful (at least to a semi-newbie like me), since it mostly
AJ> talks about compiling scm from scratch.
AJ> Any info would be greatly appreciated.