What's the syntax to set up an alias that runs emacs in the bavkground? So I can type something like "e file1 file2" and have it run in the background (this is with X of course) while opening those two files?
At one point I hardcoded setenv TERM vt100 in my .cshrc, and now when I run an xterm, pressing backspace brins up ^H. How can I get it so both delete and backspace work?
(Oh, and while we're at it: does csh generally have options for tab-completion and arrow-key-history recall, or do I need to upgrade to tcsh for that? This is on solaris)