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Does anyone see what's wrong in my attempt to run notmuch in emacs?

My attempt to run notmuch

helm-M-x notmuch: Cannot open load file: Not a directory, notmuch

My .spacemacs

(autoload 'notmuch "notmuch" "notmuch mail" t)

Notmuch installed and running

notmuch 0.28.2

GNU Emacs 26.1

closed as off-topic by Stefan, DoMiNeLa10 Mar 18 at 17:09

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    If you have installed notmuch from the git-repository you have to setup your load-path to include the absolute path of the notmuch/emacs directory. – Tobias Mar 15 at 1:29
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I had to install notmuch in order to solve the problem. Apparently I only had the [0]notmuch-runtime installed but not [1] notmuch itself.

Installing notmuch with $ sudo pacman -S notmuch was my solution.

[0] https://www.archlinux.org/packages/community/x86_64/notmuch-runtime/

[1] https://www.archlinux.org/packages/community/x86_64/notmuch/

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  • Please explain, in your answer, how this answers the question. IOW, please elaborate. – Drew Mar 17 at 20:18
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