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OpenSolaris 2009.06 - man page for dtappsession (opensolaris section 1)

dtappsession(1) 			  User Commands 			  dtappsession(1)

NAME
       dtappsession - start a new Application Manager session

SYNOPSIS
       /usr/dt/bin/dtappsession  [hostname]

DESCRIPTION
       dtappsession  is  a specialized version of the Xsession shell script. It is an alternative
       to using the CDE remote login that allows you to access a remote host without logging  out
       of  your  current  CDE  session. dtappsession starts a new instance of the CDE Application
       Manager in its own ToolTalkTM session. It can be used to remotely display the  Application
       Manager	back  to  your local display after logging in to a remote host with the rlogin(1)
       command.

       A new, independent instance of ttsession(1) starts a  simple  session  management  window.
       This window displays the title

	 remote_hostname: Remote Administration

       where  remote_hostname  is  the system that is being accessed. The window also displays an
       Exit button. Clicking Exit terminates the ToolTalk session and all windows that	are  part
       of the session.

       The  Application  Manager that is displayed can be used to start remote CDE actions to run
       in this session. Exiting the Application Manager does not terminate the session, and it is
       not recommended. Clicking Exit is the recommended way to end the session. To avoid confus-
       ing the remote CDE applications with  local  ones,  it  is  recommended	that  a  new  CDE
       workspace be created for clients in the remote session.

       The hostname is not needed when the DISPLAY environment variable is set to the local host-
       name on the remote host.

       On a system that is configured with Trusted  Extensions,  dtappsession  can  be	used  for
       remote  administration  by  administrative  roles  that	have the ability to log in to the
       remote host.

       dtappsession does not require any privilege, and it does not need to run on a system  that
       is  configured with Trusted Extensions. When installed in /usr/dt/bin on a Solaris system,
       along with the startApp.ds file, dtappsession can be used to administer the remote Solaris
       system  from  a	local system that is configured with Trusted Extensions. However, in this
       case, the CDE workspace that is used for remote display must be a normal workspace, rather
       than a role workspace.

EXAMPLES
       Example 1 Remote Login and dtappsession

       After creating a new CDE workspace, type the following in a terminal window:

	 # rlogin remote_hostname
	 password: /*type the remote password*/

	 # dtappsession local_hostname /* on the remote host */

FILES
       /usr/dt/bin/startApp.ds	  dt Korn shell script for session manager window

ATTRIBUTES
       See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:

       +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+
       |      ATTRIBUTE TYPE	     |	    ATTRIBUTE VALUE	   |
       +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+
       |Availability		     |SUNWdttsu 		   |
       +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+
       |Interface Stability	     |Committed 		   |
       +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+

BUGS
       X11/CDE	applications that do not register with the ToolTalk session manager will not exit
       automatically when the session is terminated. Such applications must be explicitly  termi-
       nated.

SEE ALSO
       dtfile(1), rlogin(1), ttsession(1), attributes(5)

       Chapter 14, Remote Administration in Trusted Extensions (Tasks), in Solaris Trusted Exten-
       sions Administrator's Procedures

NOTES
       The functionality described on this manual page is available only if the system is config-
       ured with Trusted Extensions.

SunOS 5.11				   15 Aug 2005				  dtappsession(1)


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