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So recently i decided to switch to Emacs (btw I am total noob) and began creating my init.el file After downloading doom-modeline package from melpa and following it's installation guide I get an initialization warning:

Warning (initialization): An error occurred while loading ‘/home/telman/.emacs.d/init.el’:
File is missing: Cannot open load file, No such file or directory, doom-modeline

And this is my init.el setup:

(require 'package)
(require 'doom-modeline)
(doom-modeline-mode 1)
(add-to-list 'package-archives '("melpa" . "http://melpa.milkbox.net/packages/") t)
(add-to-list 'custom-theme-load-path "~/.emacs.d/themes")
(load-theme 'dracula t)
(global-display-line-numbers-mode)
(menu-bar-mode -1)
(tool-bar-mode -1)
(toggle-scroll-bar -1)
  • That warning says that he can't find the package doom-modeline. Can you try adding your site-lisp folder to the loadpath? eg. (add-to-list 'load-path "/home/USER/.emacs.d/site-lisp") – Swedgin May 19 at 12:36
  • @Swedgin i don't have a site-lisp.Should i create one? – Тельман Бабаев May 19 at 12:40
  • Try the answers first. – Swedgin May 19 at 13:02
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You don't need to (require 'package) and you shouldn't need to (require 'doom-modeline) either. But, depending on your version of Emacs, you need to initialize the package library with (package-initialize) before you can use the packages you installed.

So my crystal ball tells me you should replace the first two lines of your init.el with

(package-initialize)
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  • yeah.that was the case i replaced my "require" lines with (package-initialize) and added (doom-modeline-mode 1) after that – Тельман Бабаев May 19 at 13:16
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You are trying to require a package which has not been installed yet. Run

M-x package-install

and then specify

doom-modeline

This will install the package so that when you next start emacs, the error should no longer occur.

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