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MUTTER(1)										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  inte-
       grate  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 gset-
       tings.

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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