GNOME-SESSION-QUIT(1) General Commands Manual GNOME-SESSION-QUIT(1)NAME
gnome-session-quit - End the current GNOME session
gnome-session-quit [--logout|--power-off|--reboot] [--force] [--no-prompt]
The gnome-session-quit program can be used to end a GNOME session.
The following options are supported:
Prompt the user to confirm logout. This is the default behavior.
Prompt the user to confirm system power off.
Prompt the user to confirm system reboot.
Ignore any inhibitors.
End the session without user interaction. This only works with --logout.
If you find bugs in the gnome-session-quit program, please report these on https://bugzilla.gnome.org.
SEE ALSO gnome-session(1)
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gnome-session-save(1) User Commands gnome-session-save(1)NAME
gnome-session-save - saves or terminates the current GNOME session
gnome-session-save [--gui] [--kill] [--session-name=name] [--silent] [gnome-std-options]
gnome-session-save can be used from a GNOME session to save a snapshot of the currently running applications. This session will be later
restored at your next GNOME startup session.
The following options are supported:
If specified, then any errors will be displayed in a dialog box. Otherwise, such messages are displayed to stderr. Note that this
option has no affect any dialogs that the window manager might display.
Terminates the GNOME session. The session will not be saved if this option is provided, unless the user has configured their session
to always save on logout.
Set name of session to save.
Avoids displaying any confirmation or dialogs, including ones that are displayed by the window manager (such as dialogs informing the
user about any windows that cannot save session, or session logout confirmation when the --kill option is also used).
Standard options available for use with most GNOME applications. See gnome-std-options(5) for more information.
Example 1: Saving the user's current session
Example 2: Terminating the user's current session
example% gnome-session-save --kill
The following exit values are returned:
0 Application exited successfully
>0 Application exited with failure
The following files are used by this application:
/usr/bin/gnome-session-save The command-line executable for the application.
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:
| ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE |
|Availability |SUNWgnome-session |
|Interface stability |Volatile |
SEE ALSO gnome-session(1), metacity(1), attributes(5), gnome-std-options(5)NOTES
Written by Brian Cameron, Sun Microsystems Inc., 2003, 2006, 2007.
SunOS 5.11 07 Nov 2007 gnome-session-save(1)
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