This is the command wmanager 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
wmanager — choose a window manager and launch it
wmanager [OPTIONS ...]
The wmanager program displays a choice of the window managers listed in the ~/.wmanagerrc
file. When one is picked, the related command is written to standard output, intended to be
used by shell scripts. If the program is exited without choosing a window manager, “-1” is
written to standard output.
Set the foreground color.
Set the background color.
Set the widget background color
Set the X display.
Enable/disable drag & drop, probably does nothing.
Set the window size and location.
Start as iconified.
Enable/disable keyboard support.
Set the X window class.
Unknown, probably does nothing useful.
Set the window title.
Enable/disable tooltips, probably does nothing.
To start using wmanager, create a ~/.wmanagerrc file - generally with wmanagerrc-update(1) -
and add something like the following at the end of your ~/.xsession file:
WM="$(wmanager -geometry +570+585)"
See also wmanager-loop(1) for a nicer way to start wmanager.
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