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The weird thing is that -Q -u [user] loads an init file at all. I'd call that a bug, but it's probably been this way for decades. Given that it does, I suspect there's no difference between these: emacs emacs -q -u "$USER" I.e. you've reverted the --no-init-file (aka -q) behaviour by specifying an init file (although again, I find that surprising)...


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You probably want to start with desktop-save-mode. There are parts to your question which I have not addressed. starting emacs automatically on boot, this is usually OS specific opening recently used files With desktop-save-mode, unless something bad happens, restarting emacs will bring you back to exactly where you were including registers, tab/window ...


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