I've started using the
emacsclient more along with the daemon, and I'm a huge fan, but it's started giving me trouble when I reboot my computer. After reboot when I open up a new
emacsclient, I don't get the usual daemon startup stuff in my terminal. Then once the window opens, I am unable to input anything to the minibuffer. Any time I try typing, for example
C-x C-f, I get an error message reading
Error reading from stdin.
Killing emacs with
pkill emacs and restarting fixes the issue, but I'd rather not have it in the first place. How can I tell the daemon to die, or clean up after itself, when I'm rebooting my computer? If it makes any difference, I'm on OpenSUSE 13.2 with KDE.