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Re: Emacs Daemon --- Dies silently

From: T.V Raman
Subject: Re: Emacs Daemon --- Dies silently
Date: Thu, 14 Jan 2021 13:44:26 -0800

I think this was luser error on my part -- I've always run emacs or
emacs --daemon under screen.
Since I was using the daemon, a few days ago I eliminated screen from
my setup -- and then forgot all about it -- I believe screen is what
was  keeping the emacs alive which makes sense. I had somehow
(wrongly?) assumed that if I ran emacs --daemon, it would survive
across  sessions with respect to ssh --- I was clearly wrong.
Mario Lang writes:
 > "T.V Raman" <raman@google.com> writes:
 > [...]
 > > On the other hand emacs --daemon appears to be quitting when I logout
 > > from the remote machine.
 > Shot in the dark, but might systemd have something to do with that?
 > IOW, do you run emacs --daemon via a systemd user service?
 > If so, see loginctl, in particular:
 >    enable-linger [USER...], disable-linger [USER...]
 >       Enable/disable user lingering for one or more users.
 >       If enabled for a specific user, a user manager is spawned
 >       for the user at boot and kept around after logouts. This allows users 
 > who
 >       are not logged in to run long-running services. Takes one or more
 >       user names or numeric UIDs as argument. If no argument is specified,
 >       enables/disables lingering for the user of the session of the caller.
 >       See also KillUserProcesses= setting in logind.conf(5).
 > -- 
 > CYa,
 >   ⡍⠁⠗⠊⠕

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