This is the command mate-session-save 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
mate-session-save - End or save the current MATE session
mate-session-save [--logout] [--force-logout] [--logout-dialog] [--shutdown-dialog]
[--gui] [--kill [--silent]]
The mate-session-save program can be used from a MATE session to either end the current
MATE session or save a snapshot of the currently running applications (but not both). This
session will be later restored at your next MATE session.
The --gui option will report errors in dialog boxes instead of printing to stderr.
If called with the --logout option, the current MATE session will be ended, unless logging
out has been inhibited by an application. The --force-logout option can be used to end the
session regardless of the inhibition state.
When the --logout-dialog option is given, the standard dialog displaying logout options is
displayed. When --shutdown-dialog option is given, the standard dialog displaying shutdown
options is displayed.
The --kill and --silent options are deprecated. The --kill option is equivalent to the
--logout-dialog option. If --silent is used with --kill, then it will behave as if
--logout was used.
The session is not saved when mate-session-save is called with any of the options ending
Log out, ignoring any existing inhibitors
Show logout dialog
Show shutdown dialog
Use dialog boxes for errors
X display to use.
Output version information and exit.
-?, -h, --help
Print standard command line options.
Print all command line options.
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