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Re: emacs(client|server) vs. gnu(client|server)

From: Sven Utcke
Subject: Re: emacs(client|server) vs. gnu(client|server)
Date: 18 Sep 2002 11:16:54 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.09 (Gnus v5.9.0) Emacs/21.1

address@hidden (Kai Großjohann) writes:

> Sven Utcke <address@hidden> writes:
> > So far so well.  But yesterday I then moved bodily to kogs2, and
> > needed to edit something on the display of kogs2.  I _thought_ I would
> > be able to use gnuclient to signal the emacs on kogs31 to open a
> > window on kogs2 to let me edit, but not so.  So, does this mean that
> > the above can not be done, or only that I am to dump to understand the
> > manual?
> So you used gnudoit to have Emacs do make-frame-on-display?  

Nope, I actually never used gnudoit at all.  Should I?  What I tried
were variants of:

kogs2>/home/utcke% echo $EDITOR 
gnuclient -h -r/r:kogs2:

(which clearly show that I am using an outdated version of tramp :-)

> Maybe Emacs didn't have permission to open a frame on your display.

Quite possibly.  I'm using ssh to tunnel the X-display --- but how do
I tell Emacs about this?  Hmm...  There is no option --display  which
I could give to gnuclient...

Still baffled

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