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"emacs-server.bash will let you start up an emacs-server in the background (perhaps from an init.d script?). You can then use emacsclient to create frames or TTY connections to the new server."

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Stop

At the moment this doesn't support a `stop' argument. Eventually it will... quite how I don't know...