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spice-vdagent(1)					      General Commands Manual						  spice-vdagent(1)

NAME
spice-vdagent - Spice guest agent X11 session agent SYNOPSIS
spice-vdagent [OPTIONS] DESCRIPTION
The spice guest agent for Linux consists of 2 parts, a system wide daemon spice-vdagentd and a X11 session agent spice-vdagent of which there is one per X11 session. spice-vdagent gets automatically started in desktop environments which honor /etc/xdg/autostart, and under gdm. FEATURES
The spice guest agent adds the following features to spice Linux guests: Client mouse mode (no need to grab mouse by client, no mouse lag) Automatic adjustment of the X11 session's number of virtual monitors, and their resolution, to the number of client windows and their reso- lution Support of copy and paste (text and images) between the active X11 session and the client, this supports both the primary selection and the clipboard Support for transfering files from the client to the agent OPTIONS
-h Print a short description of all command line options -d Log debug messages -s port Set virtio serial port (default: /dev/virtio-ports/com.redhat.spice.0) -x Don't daemonize -f dir|xdg-desktop|xdg-download Set directory where to save files send from the client, this can be either an arbitrary dir or one of the special values of xdg- desktop or xdg-download to select the default xdg Desktop resp. xdg Download directory. If no value is specified the default is xdg- desktop when running under a Desktop Environment which has icons on the desktop and xdg-download under other Desktop Environments -o 0|1 Disable/enable opening the file save directory with xdg-open (showing the directory in the file manager) when a file transfer from the client completes. If no value is specified the default is 0 when running under a Desktop Environment which has icons on the desktop and 1 under other Desktop Environments SEE ALSO
spice-vdagentd(1) COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2010-2013 Red Hat, Inc. License GPLv3+: GNU GPL version 3 or later <http://gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html>. This is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it. There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law. spice-vdagent 0.14.0 April 2013 spice-vdagent(1)

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XDG-DESKTOP-ICON(1)					      xdg-desktop-icon Manual					       XDG-DESKTOP-ICON(1)

NAME
xdg-desktop-icon - command line tool for (un)installing icons to the desktop SYNOPSIS
xdg-desktop-icon install [--novendor] FILE xdg-desktop-icon uninstall FILE xdg-desktop-icon {--help | --manual | --version} DESCRIPTION
The xdg-desktop-icon program can be used to install an application launcher or other file on the desktop of the current user. An application launcher is represented by a *.desktop file. Desktop files are defined by the freedesktop.org Desktop Entry Specification. The most important aspects of *.desktop files are summarized below. COMMANDS
install Installs FILE to the desktop of the current user. FILE can be a *.desktop file or any other type of file. uninstall Removes FILE from the desktop of the current user. OPTIONS
--novendor Normally, xdg-desktop-icon checks to ensure that a *.desktop file to be installed has a vendor prefix. This option can be used to disable that check. A vendor prefix consists of alpha characters ([a-zA-Z]) and is terminated with a dash ("-"). Companies and organizations are encouraged to use a word or phrase, preferably the organizations name, for which they hold a trademark as their vendor prefix. The purpose of the vendor prefix is to prevent name conflicts. --help Show command synopsis. --manual Show this manual page. --version Show the xdg-utils version information. DESKTOP FILES
An application launcher can be added to the desktop by installing a *.desktop file. A *.desktop file consists of a [Desktop Entry] header followed by several Key=Value lines. A *.desktop file can provide a name and description for an application in several different languages. This is done by adding a language code as used by LC_MESSAGES in square brackets behind the Key. This way one can specify different values for the same Key depending on the currently selected language. The following keys are often used: Value=1.0 This is a mandatory field to indicate that the *.desktop file follows the 1.0 version of the specification. Type=Application This is a mandatory field that indicates that the *.desktop file describes an application launcher. Name=Application Name The name of the application. For example Mozilla GenericName=Generic Name A generic description of the application. For example Web Browser Comment=Comment Optional field to specify a tooltip for the application. For example Visit websites on the Internet Icon=Icon File The icon to use for the application. This can either be an absolute path to an image file or an icon-name. If an icon-name is provided an image lookup by name is done in the user's current icon theme. The xdg-icon-resource command can be used to install image files into icon themes. The advantage of using an icon-name instead of an absolute path is that with an icon-name the application icon can be provided in several different sizes as well as in several differently themed styles. Exec=Command Line The command line to start the application. If the application can open files the %f placeholder should be specified. When a file is dropped on the application launcher the %f is replaced with the file path of the dropped file. If multiple files can be specified on the command line the %F placeholder should be used instead of %f. If the application is able to open URLs in addition to local files then %u or %U can be used instead of %f or %F. For a complete overview of the *.desktop file format please visit http://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Specifications/desktop-entry-spec ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
xdg-desktop-icon honours the following environment variables: XDG_UTILS_DEBUG_LEVEL Setting this environment variable to a non-zero numerical value makes xdg-desktop-icon do more verbose reporting on stderr. Setting a higher value increases the verbosity. EXIT CODES
An exit code of 0 indicates success while a non-zero exit code indicates failure. The following failure codes can be returned: 1 Error in command line syntax. 2 One of the files passed on the command line did not exist. 3 A required tool could not be found. 4 The action failed. 5 No permission to read one of the files passed on the command line. SEE ALSO
xdg-icon-resource(1) EXAMPLES
The company ShinyThings Inc. has developed an application named "WebMirror" and would like to add a launcher for for on the desktop. The company will use "shinythings" as its vendor id. In order to add the application to the desktop there needs to be a .desktop file for the application: shinythings-webmirror.desktop: [Desktop Entry] Encoding=UTF-8 Type=Application Exec=webmirror Icon=shinythings-webmirror Name=WebMirror Name[nl]=WebSpiegel Now the xdg-desktop-icon tool can be used to add the webmirror.desktop file to the desktop: xdg-desktop-icon install ./shinythings-webmirror.desktop To add a README file to the desktop as well, the following command can be used: xdg-desktop-icon install ./shinythings-README AUTHORS
Kevin Krammer Author. Jeremy White Author. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2006 xdg-utils 1.0 06/10/2014 XDG-DESKTOP-ICON(1)

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