Questions tagged [shell]

Questions relating to commands for passing single command lines to shell sub-processes, running a shell interactively with input and output to an Emacs buffer, and for running a shell in a terminal emulator window.

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Attach to running remote shell with eshell/TRAMP/dtach

I often use GNU Screen to keep remote sessions alive. Since I live in Emacs, I'd really like to be able to resume a running remote shell session from within Emacs. GNU Screen implements all sorts of ...
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“terminal is not fully functional” over ssh in a *shell* buffer

I'm using the shell (M-x shell) to connect to a remote host via SSH. After launching some command line tools (mostly psql, the postgresql command line interface, but man would be the same for example),...
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Persistent environment for M-x compile

When I run M-x compile it spawns a new subshell to execute my compile command. As soon as the compile command returns, the shell process is killed. I can see why this would be desirable in most cases, ...
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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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What are all the ways of launching a shell from inside emacs and what are their various properties?

I know of at least four possibilities: eshell term ansi-term shell What's the complete list of tools built-in to emacs to launch a shell, and what benefits and drawbacks do they offer?

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