I’m currently using Emacs 24 (pre-release) installed from this repository on Ubuntu 11.04. An error (crash: segmentation fault) that arose after moving from Emacs 23 to Emacs 24 is as follow (could stem from the pre-release repository; might not be the case if I compile from source).
emacs via Synapse. I start the daemon server (
M-x server-start). Then, I launch text files from Nautilus via my
#! /bin/sh ## exec emacsclient --alternate-editor="emacs" -c "$@" ## not using this since I use DeskTop AND set server-on in .emacs...sometimes DeskTop would ask a question when accessing a lock session, and emacs will hang at the question ## taken from comments section at http://draptik.wordpress.com/2009/10/23/emacsclient-usage-on-a-gnulinux-system/ # ## following doesn't work for emacs 24, only 23 # emacsclient -e '(gnuserv-done-function)' 2>/dev/null ## suppress the stderr message # if [ "$?" -ne "0" ]; then ## http://steve-parker.org/sh/exitcodes.shtml # emacs "$@" # else # emacsclient -c "$@" # fi exec emacsclient --alternate-editor="emacs" -c "$@"
When I do
C-x # to close the
emacsclient window, the entire
emacs program crashes. This does not happen when I launch files from the terminal; it only happens when I launch files using the script (or just the
emacsclient command) using Nautilus. I even launched an unadulterated emacs session via
emacs -q and this still happens.
My current solution is to launch my first emacs instance via the default Gnome “launch application” (