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Emacs daemon [was "Re: [SPAM?] Re: [slightly OT] pulseaudio, Orca, and Emacs"]



Wow and thanks for the great advice.

Right now, I start Emacs with /usr/bin/emacspeak, so starting emacs --daemon and running emacsclient doesn't give me Emacspeak. I'm looking around, but I"m wondering how others start Emacspeak. Is it just a matter of copying the right variables from /usr/bin/emacspeak into my .bashrc file and making sure emacspeak-setup.el is loaded from my .emacs file or is there more or less to it than that?

On 04/15/2013 09:30 PM, Tim Cross wrote:

Oh I like that - I've always just used tramp to access sudo

Tim


T. V. Raman writes:
  >
  > And I also have the following for editing files as root:
  > alias V='SUDO_EDITOR="emacsclient -c -a emacs" sudoedit'
  >
  > V <filename>  at an emacs shell will pop up the edit buffer with
  > the file opened as root
  > >>>>> "Tim" == Tim Cross <tcross@une.edu.au> writes:
  >     Tim> Just support Raman's point here. You can even have emacs
  >     Tim> start in daemon mode as part of your login process and
  >     Tim> then just use emacsclient whenever you want to use emacs
  >     Tim> - either from within X or from the console.
  >     Tim>
  >     Tim> I also have the following in my profile
  >     Tim>
  >     Tim> EDITOR='emacsclient -c ' export EDITOR
  >     Tim>
  >     Tim> VISUAL='emacsclient -c' export VISUAL
  >     Tim>
  >     Tim> TEXEDIT='emacsclient -c +%d +%s' export TEXEDIT
  >     Tim>
  >     Tim> ALTERNATE_EDITOR='' export ALTERNATE_EDITOR
  >     Tim>
  >     Tim> The last one is quite important. If you have
  >     Tim> alternate_editor set to '' i.e. null, then if you run
  >     Tim> emacsclient and there is no emacs daemon running, one
  >     Tim> will be automatically started for you. The other three
  >     Tim> are nice to ensure programs which use an editor default
  >     Tim> to using emacs via emacsclient.
  >     Tim>
  >     Tim> Tim
  >     Tim>
  >     Tim>
  >     Tim> T. V. Raman writes:
  >     >> If you're running both on the text console and the X
  >     >> desktop, then make sure you dont run two emacs sessions;
  >     >> instead, start emacs as a daemon -- do emacs --daemon and
  >     >> then start emacsclient where you want emacs. This means
  >     >> you'll be able to share all of your context between the
  >     >> graphical desktop and the text console. >>>>>
  >     >> "Christopher" == Christopher Chaltain <chaltain@gmail.com>
  >     >> writes:
  >     Christopher> I use this work around when using Speakup in a
  >     Christopher> console, but actually, I've been running Emacs
  >     Christopher> more and more on the desktop. I like the
  >     Christopher> integration between the clipboard and kill
  >     Christopher> ring. BTW, is there a way to easily copy thing
  >     Christopher> between Emacs running in a console and an
  >     Christopher> application on the desktop?
  >     Christopher>
  >     Christopher> On 04/15/2013 08:37 AM, Josà Vilmar EstÃcio de
  >     Christopher> Souza wrote:
  >     >> >> At least for me the solution is login in the console
  >     >> using >> a login different than the login used in X.
  >     >> >>
  >     >> >> After that you can 'su' to your X login if desired.
  >     >> >>
  >     >> >>
  >     >> >> On 04/15/2013 10:12 AM, Bill Dengler(Ubuntu) wrote:
  >     >> >>>
  >     >> >> > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- >>> Hash: SHA1
  >     >> >>>
  >     >> >>> Hello, I have run into a slight problem. Here's what
  >     >> >>> happens : I log into my Ubuntu box I press ctrl+alt+f1
  >     >> I >>> enter my username and press enter I enter my
  >     >> password and >>> press enter I type emacspeak -e and press
  >     >> enter I use >>> emacs for a while, then either close it or
  >     >> go back to X >>> with CTRL+ALT+F7 I lose speech in X What
  >     >> appears to be >>> happening is that processes are locking
  >     >> the pulseaudio >>> server in a way that no other processes
  >     >> can use it. Do >>> you know how to fix this? Or am I
  >     >> better off continuing >>> to run emacs from inside X?
  >     >> >>>
  >     >> >>> Bill -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG
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  >     >> >>>
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  >     Christopher>
  >     Christopher> -- Christopher (CJ) chaltain at Gmail
  >     Christopher>
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  >     >> Best Regards, --raman
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  >     Tim>
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  >     Tim> courage) to move in the opposite direction. âAlbert
  >     Tim> Einstein
  >     Tim>
  >     Tim>
  >     Tim>
  >     Tim>
  >     Tim>
  >
  > --
  > Best Regards,
  > --raman


--
Christopher (CJ)
chaltain at Gmail

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