I have been using Emacs for a while and recently started using evil mode. I exclusively use emacs-nox (command line emacs).
The only thing that's missing for me is
C-z to pause emacs and bring me back to my bash shell.
For some reason when evil mode is enabled, the
C-z hotkey does nothing. When I disable evil mode,
C-z works just fine. I have never used vi/m before, so I'm not sure if there is a vi/m specific command to pause (I'm pretty
C-z in vi will pause it as well). I understand that
C-z is a bash command, not an Emacs hotkey. I'm not sure why it is interrupted by evil mode.