This is the command fluxbox-remote that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
fluxbox-remote - command line access to key commands for fluxbox(1)
fluxbox-remote(1) is designed to allow scripts to execute most key commands from
fluxbox(1). fluxbox-remote(1) will only work with fluxbox(1): its communications with
fluxbox(1) are not standardized in any way. It is recommended that a standards-based tool
such as wmctrl(1) be used whenever possible, in order for scripts to work with other
fluxbox-remote(1) uses the X11 protocol to communicate with fluxbox(1). Therefore, it is
possible for any user with access to the X(7) server to use fluxbox-remote(1). For this
reason, several key commands have been disabled. Users should be aware of the security
implications when enabling fluxbox-remote(1), especially when using a forwarded X(7)
This resource in ~/.fluxbox/init must be set to ‘true’ in order for fluxbox-remote(1)
to function. Please read the CAVEATS first.
In order to communicate with fluxbox(1), the DISPLAY environment variable must be set
properly. Usually, the value should be ‘:0.0’.
This man page written by Mark Tiefenbruck <mark at fluxbox.org>
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