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- Aliases not available when using sudo 8 answers
First, I tried installing the latest
emacs-nox, but that did not work.
Then, I added
-nw to my
~/.bash_aliases, which works in most cases, except when I need to run
sudo emacs [file] I still get emacs with X. Furthermore, when I set my git editor to emacs, and run
git commit -a, emacs with X pops up. How do I disable X globally, so I don't have to go around adding
-nw to every possible configuration?