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    Solved Rc.d daemon as user (emacs)

    Emacs can be run as a daemon using a flag: emacs --daemon. Then, all subsequent calls of emacsclient should connect to the server, saving startup time. FreeBSD's Emacs package doesn't seem to include any rc.d scripts so it's up to the user to procure one and that's what I'm trying to do. I...
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    Solved Running Emacs as a daemon

    Hi guys, I would like to start emacs as a daemon at boot, using the configuration file of an user named "alex". Here is my rc.dscript, in /usr/local/etc/rc.d/emacsd #!/bin/sh # PROVIDE: emacsd # REQUIRE: login # after login # Emacs daemon . /etc/rc.subr name="emacsd" rcvar=emacsd_enable...
  3. NapoleonWils0n

    emacsclient function

    You can set up emacs as an edit server so instead of starting a new instance of emacs, it “listens” for external edit requests so you can use emacsclient -t somefile.txt to open the file in the terminal but thats too much too type so i created a simple function called e that accepts multiple...