I'm using Linux at home but for work reasons I need to use Windows. That's why I've installed emacs on my company computer. I have a implemented at several scripts at home to be able to replicate my exact emacs setup when I switch to new computers.
According to this question I've created a
HOME variable pointing to
AppData\Roaming. Is the right location for the
.emacs.d directory? How can I check on windows the default location emacs is looking for an
init.el etc? However, I think
AppData\Roaming seems to be the right place, as I see a that emacs has created a
.emacs file within that directory.
Nevertheless, emacs is not evaluating the
.emacs.d/init.el. That file contains a list of packages and layout option which I use per default. If packages are not installed it will install it. However, nothing happens when I open Emacs and the layout is also not adjusted. Since I'm not a Windows expert and I've already set up the
HOME environment variable, what else can I do to fix the issue?