When opening a file in GNU Emacs GUI, I use
gnuserv to attach to an already running emacs. I use 'gnuserv' only because the first documentation I read on the subject suggested it.
Today I was looking for a way to open a file at a specific line number, and found a reference to using emacsclient -c +4:3 FILE... When I ran the command, it complained about needing to start the server...
gnuserv was running, so gnuserv and emacsclient are apparently not complementary components..
What is the relationship between these two client-server systems?
eg. Can they co-exist?.. Is one more 'up-to-date'?... Is one for the terminal only? .. Do they perform similar functions?..