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Re: Using Emacs in Place of an X Environment?

From: Mike Rosset
Subject: Re: Using Emacs in Place of an X Environment?
Date: Fri, 30 Nov 2018 07:20:42 -0800


The closest thing I know of that can do what you looking for is called exwm.

Mike R
On Fri, Nov 30, 2018 at 6:41 AM <> wrote:
> Hello,
> When switching to Emacs as my fulltime editing environment, I was
> wondering if it could stand in place of an X session for most
> uses. Naturally, there are those applications (Mumble comes to mind)
> that don't have a command line interface (I've tried Barnard and I
> didn't like the way it made my microphone sound distant). Another use
> case that I am not sure how to get around is the JavaScript issue; I
> don't think that eww supports it, given that when I tried to load a
> JavaScript site, things went totally crazy and I needed to reboot the
> machine. Any tips would be greatly appreciated in making Emacs my main
> interface.
> Thanks,
> Hunter

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