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On Sat, Nov 28, 2009 at 12:34:36AM -0800, n179911 wrote:
> Thank you Tomas.
> I use this way, which works for me:
> My EDITOR env is ~/bin/edit where
> "edit" is the following simply bash script:
> emacsclient will start the daemon if it's not already started.
Yes, to me this makes much more sense than starting in /etc/init.d.
Alternatively, if you want to be spared the waiting time for the first
invocation, you could do the server-starting business at the start of
your "session" (i.e. when your desktop environment is started or on your
(first) login shell).
- -- tomÃs
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