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with emacs --daemon then when you want to edit a file, run emacsclient MYFILE or if you just want to create a frame, run emacsclient -c which will create an X11 frame if an X11 display is … . you can't daemonize a running Emacs. If for some reason you want to run a new instance of Emacs and you want it to use an X11 display and refuse to start otherwise, you can do this with a shell command: emacs -d "$DISPLAY" Explicitly passing the -d option forces the use of an X11 display. …
answered Mar 4 '15 by Gilles 'SO- stop being evil'
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You can use the external utilities xsel or xclip (they have mostly the same features, I'll use xsel in this answer) to copy data from or to the X clipboard. To copy to the clipboard, pass the desired …
answered Sep 28 '14 by Gilles 'SO- stop being evil'
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-setup-frame from simple.el and normal-erase-is-backspace has the value maybe (that last is the case on both machines). For X11, this calls the native function x-backspace-delete-keys-p. Check if …
answered Mar 4 '15 by Gilles 'SO- stop being evil'
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Partial solution: ESC key is equivalent to M-key, so you can type Escape key instead of Alt+key if that's more convenient. If you don't use Menu for anything in Emacs, you can make it an alternate ESC …
answered Jul 15 '17 by Gilles 'SO- stop being evil'