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Manual Reference Pages  -  XPRA_LAUNCHER (1)

NAME

xpra_launcher - User interface to connect to a Xpra session

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Session File
See Also

SYNOPSIS

xpra_launcher [FILENAME]

DESCRIPTION

xpra_launcher is a tool which enables you to connect to a remote xpra(1) session using a graphical user interface. It is able to read a pre-configured session file.

When called without FILENAME, xpra_launcher will spawn a GTK window allowing you to set the connection parameters easily. If FILENAME is specified, the parameters in the GUI will be set to the values specified in the session file. Additionally, if the session file contains the special parameter "autoconnect", xpra_launcher will skip displaying the parameters window and will establish the connection directly.

SESSION FILE

The format of the session file passed to xpra_launcher as a parameter is a series of parameter = value lines. Most of the options available through the xpra command line are also available in the session file. For instance:
host Specify the remote host to connect to.
port Specify the remote port to connect to.
encoding Specify the encoding type to use: h264, jpeg, png, ... See xpra --help for the full list of available encodings.
quality Set the image quality when using lossy encodings. Values are 1-100.
mode Connection mode: tcp or ssh.
autoconnect Specify whether to establish connection immediately (True) or simply pre-fill the parameters for the user to review (False, the default).

SEE ALSO

xpra(1)
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