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P.10 Multiple Displays

A single Emacs can talk to more than one X display. Initially, Emacs uses just one display--the one specified with the DISPLAY environment variable or with the `--display' option (see section AE.2 Initial Options). To connect to another display, use the command make-frame-on-display:

M-x make-frame-on-display RET display RET



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