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MUTTER(1)						      General Commands Manual							 MUTTER(1)

NAME
MUTTER - Clutter based compositing GTK2 Window Manager SYNOPSIS
mutter [--display=DISPLAY] [--replace] [--sm-client-id=ID] [--sm-disable] [--sm-save-file=FILENAME] [--version] [--help] DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly mutter. mutter is a minimal X window manager aimed at nontechnical users and is designed to integrate well with the GNOME desktop. mutter lacks some features that may be expected by traditional UNIX or other technical users; these users may want to investigate other available window managers for use with GNOME or standalone. OPTIONS
--display=DISPLAY Connect to X display DISPLAY. --replace a window manager which is running is replaced by mutter. Users are encouraged to change the GNOME window manager by running the new WM with the --replace or -replace option, and subsequently saving the session. --sm-client-id=ID Specify a session management ID. --sm-disable Disable the session management. --sm-save-file=FILENAME Load a session from FILENAME. --version Print the version number. -?, --help Show summary of options. CONFIGURATION
mutter configuration can be found under Preferences->Windows and Preferences->Keyboard Shortcuts on the menu-panel. Advanced configuration can be achieved directly through gsettings. SEE ALSO
mutter-message(1) AUTHOR
The original manual page was written by Thom May <thom@debian.org>. It was updated by Akira TAGOH <tagoh@debian.org> for the Debian GNU/Linux system (with permission to use by others), and then updated by Luke Morton and Philip O'Brien for inclusion in mutter. 11 February 2006 MUTTER(1)

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GNOME-SHELL(1)							    gnome-shell 						    GNOME-SHELL(1)

NAME
gnome-shell - Graphical shell for the GNOME desktop SYNOPSIS
gnome-shell [OPTION...] DESCRIPTION
GNOME shell provides core user interface functions for the GNOME 3 desktop, like switching to windows and launching applications. GNOME shell takes advantage of the capabilities of modern graphics hardware and introduces innovative user interface concepts to provide a visually attractive and easy to use experience. gnome-shell is a required component of the GNOME desktop, i.e. it is listed in the RequiredComponents field of /usr/share/gnome-session/sessions/gnome.session. It is started in the window manager phase of the session. OPTIONS
-r, --replace Replace the running window manager --sm-disable Disable connection to the session manager --sm-client-id=ID Specify session management ID --sm-save-file=FILE Initialize session from FILE --screen=SCREEN X screen to use -d, --display=DISPLAY X Display to use --sync Make X calls synchronous --version Print version and exit --help Display help and exit --mode=MODE Use a specific mode, e.g. "gdm" for login screen --list-modes List possible modes and exit --clutter-display=DISPLAY Clutter the option display (otherwise ignored) FILES
/usr/share/gnome-session/sessions/gnome.session, /usr/share/applications/gnome-shell.desktop. BUGS
The bug tracker can be reached by visiting the website https://bugzilla.gnome.org/buglist.cgi?product=gnome-shell. Before sending a bug report, please verify that you have the latest version of gnome-shell. Many bugs (major and minor) are fixed at each release, and if yours is out of date, the problem may already have been solved. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
For further information, visit the website http://live.gnome.org/GnomeShell. gnome-shell GNOME-SHELL(1)
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