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Re: emacsclient unsuspend error (using -daemon)

From: Dan Nicolaescu
Subject: Re: emacsclient unsuspend error (using -daemon)
Date: Mon, 3 Nov 2008 06:34:22 -0800 (PST)

"Marc-André Lureau" <address@hidden> writes:

  > Hi!
  > I started using "emacs -daemon", which, I must say first is *great*. I
  > couldn't grasp the old emacs server configuration, and the modified
  > bindings to close the client, ...
  > I start each client with "emacsclient -t". Now I wish I could suspend
  > it temporarily, with C-z.
  > When using C-z (suspend-frame), it goes back to the shell.
  > Unfortunately, "fg" fails:
  > [1]+  Stopped                 emacsclient -t
  > address@hidden ~$ fg
  > emacsclient -t .emacs
  > *ERROR*: Invalid terminal device
  > Thanks for your help,

You did not say how old your version of emacs was, and what OS version
and machine you tried this on.  The best would be to try with CVS HEAD.

Also please post a description step by step of what you do to get this
behavior, starting with:
emacs -Q --daemon


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