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Is there a way to recover a lost session? I was working in a server and that lost the connection, now, I have a new session but all the previous processes that I was running, like scripts, etc, are still running.
Is there a way to bring them to my session?
Marco. (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: ocramas
i got the following error when i tried to access the cygwin x server from a windows XP PC.
"xdmcp fatal error session failed session 23 failed for display"
Alternatively, when i tried to access the same Cygwin X Server from another windows XP PC which is on a different LAN... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: HarishKumarM
what is the difference between desktop session and console session in solaris
as i am wondering we use option -text for the former and -nowin for the later (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: kishanreddy
4. Shell Programming and Scripting
Besides 'who am i' and 'tty' what commands could be used to determine if a session is interactive as compared to a web process or cron process. Any command should work with the common unix variants. (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: jgt
5. Shell Programming and Scripting
I want to execute some script on the remote session and transfer the processed file on remote machine to local machine.
I tried with ssh-keygen and ssh-copy-id but seems that this has been disable on the remote machines,
Is there any possiblity that I can save the remote username and... (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: maruthavanan
Our network administrators implemented some sort of check to kill idle sessions and now burden is on us to run some sort of keep alive. Client based keep alive doesn't do a very good job. I have same issue with ssh. Does solution 2 provided above apply for ssh sessions also? (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: yoda9691
I am not able to login in gnome session and java session in Sun solaris 9& 10 respectively through xmanager as a nis user, I am able to login in common desktop , but gnome session its not allowing , when I have given login credentials, its coming back to login screen, what shoul I do to allow nis... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: durgaprasadr13
8. Shell Programming and Scripting
Apologies if anyone has read my recent post on the same subject in the Linux forum, just thought actually the solution might more likely come from scripting.
Essentially, I am trying to restrict access to directories based on the user's name AND their location on a session-by-session... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: en7smb
9. Shell Programming and Scripting
How do I make the DB connection see the parameter variables passed to the unix script ? The code snippet below isn't working properly.
sqlplus << EOF
Thanks in advance,
Abrahao. (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: 435 Gavea
GNOME-SESSION(1) General Commands Manual GNOME-SESSION(1)
gnome-session - Starts up the GNOME desktop environment
gnome-session [--autostart=DIR] [--default-session-key=KEY] [--failsafe|-f] [--debug]
The gnome-session program starts up the GNOME desktop environment. This command is typically executed by your login manager (either gdm,
xdm, or from your X startup scripts). It will load either your saved session, or it will provide a default session for the user as defined
by the system administrator (or the default GNOME installation on your system).
The default session is defined in the GConf keys under /desktop/gnome/session. When saving a session, gnome-session saves the currently
running applications in the $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/gnome-session/saved-session directory.
gnome-session is an X11R6 session manager. It can manage GNOME applications as well as any X11R6 SM compliant.
The following options are supported:
Start all applications defined in DIR, instead of starting the applications defined in /desktop/gnome/session/default_session, or
via the --default-session-key option. Multiple --autostart options can be passed.
Sets the GConf key from which applications running a default session should be read to KEY. If not specificed, /desktop/gnome/ses-
sion/default_session will be used.
gnome-session will run in fail-safe mode. User-specified applications will not be started.
Enable debugging code.
gnome-session accepts all of the standard environment variables used by gnome programs, other than the SESSION_MANAGER environment vari-
able. gnome-session also sets several environment variables for the use of its child processes.
This variable is used by session-manager aware clients to contact gnome-session.
This variable is set to the X display being used by gnome-session. Note that if the --display option is used this might be different
from the setting of the environment variable when gnome-session is invoked.
gnome-session-properties(1) gnome-session-save(1) gnome-wm(1)
If you find bugs in the gnome-session program, please report these on http://bugzilla.gnome.org.