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Almost working smoothly attempt to get terminal Emacs to copy to clipboard

I'm running this emacs GNU Emacs 25.2.2 (x86_64-pc-linux-gnu) of 2017-09-22, modified by Debian directly in a Gnome terminal by calling emacs, which is actually a link to /etc/alternatives/emacs. ...
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How can I run an async process in the background without popping up a buffer?

I have defined some functions to run async background process using async-shell-command in my .emacs, but everytime I run the commands a new window (not frame) is created and the process' buffer is ...
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Async shell process buffer always clobbers window arrangement

I frequently launch external programs from emacs using M-!, such as Firefox or Evince, etc. Whenever I do, a buffer pops up full of results for the process, which clobbers whatever else I've got going ...
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Asynchronously wait for output from a comint process

First of all, a disclaimer. I have researched this many times, and I am pretty sure that I have already found the answer one way or another, but I just don't understand it. My problem is the ...
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start-process output processed too slowly

When start a command asynchronously, using (start-process ...), the output is added to the buffer 3-5 times more slowly than if I had used (async-shell-command ...). I don't have any output filters, I ...
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Asynchronous version of shell-command-on-region?

I have a problem which is very similar to this one. I have some text that I'd like to listen to with macOS's say utility. Unfortunately, Emacs locks up when I use shell-command-on-region because it is ...
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Is there some way to continue reading from a STDIN file descriptor when data is PIPED to Emacs on Command-line?

Historical Perspective On Unix like operating systems, it is common practice to redirect IO between shell commands using pipes. For example, the command below would insert all the lines that didn't ...