Start it with:
If you’re using
bash you can set an alias by adding to your
alias emacs="emacs -nw"
What about installing the no X window system version:
apt-get install emacs-snapshot-nox
There’s another solution to “make emacs open files quickly” – just start emacs with
emacs -f server-start
and then open every file with
emacsclient -n <file>
If you have emacs client running – this command opens text file in a moment!
To make this solution more usable you can
- make emacs server starting at start-up
alias ec="emacsclient -n"in ~/.bashrc
- If you use Krusader – you can set there
emacsclient -nas a default notepad – so it opens a file with F4.