I am trying to use both x-display frame at work and ssh-screen-frame at
What i did try was emacs --daemon and
Emacsclient -c at work
Emacsclient -t at home but
No same buffers are visible from text frame at home.
I mean, C-x b does not show the same buffers.
Am i misunderstanding something here or wrong command?
You can also setup the emacs at work and at home to be able to connect
directly without firing up a new ssh shell, but that's a bit more
,----[ (info "(emacs)emacsclient Options") ]
| `-f SERVER-FILE'
| Specify a "server file" for connecting to an Emacs server via TCP.
| | An Emacs server usually uses an operating system feature called a
| "local socket" to listen for connections. Some operating systems,
| such as Microsoft Windows, do not support local sockets; in that
| case, Emacs uses TCP instead. When you start the Emacs server,
| Emacs creates a server file containing some TCP information that
| `emacsclient' needs for making the connection. By default, the
| server file is in `~/.emacs.d/server/'. On Microsoft Windows, if
| `emacsclient' does not find the server file there, it looks in the
| `.emacs.d/server/' subdirectory of the directory pointed to by the
| `APPDATA' environment variable. You can tell `emacsclient' to use
| a specific server file with the `-f' or `--server-file' option, or
| by setting the `EMACS_SERVER_FILE' environment variable.
| | Even if local sockets are available, you can tell Emacs to use TCP
| by setting the variable `server-use-tcp' to `t'. One advantage of
| TCP is that the server can accept connections from remote machines.
| For this to work, you must (i) set the variable `server-host' to
| the hostname or IP address of the machine on which the Emacs server
| runs, and (ii) provide `emacsclient' with the server file. (One
| convenient way to do the latter is to put the server file on a
| networked file system such as NFS.)
| | When the Emacs server is using TCP, the variable `server-port'
| determines the port number to listen on; the default value, `nil',
| means to choose a random port when the server starts.
> I am trying to use both x-display frame at work and ssh-screen-frame at
> What i did try was emacs --daemon and
> Emacsclient -c at work
> Emacsclient -t at home but
> No same buffers are visible from text frame at home.
> I mean, C-x b does not show the same buffers.
> Am i misunderstanding something here or wrong command?