I'm at work, on a linux machine. I ssh into machine alpha, with X forwarding.
tomfuture@work$ ssh -X alpha
Then I start up X-windows emacs.
It shows up on my local display. I do some work, and go home, leaving emacs running. On my linux machine at home, I can ssh in to alpha, and open up a new emacs frame connected to the same emacs.
tomfuture@home$ ssh -X alpha tomfuture@alpha$ emacsclient -c
I now have two emacs frames running, one at work and one at home, both connected to the same emacs, which is running on alpha. From home, how can I:
- close the frame running at work? or
- close emacs entirely?