Mike Gabriel | 17 Nov 09:13 2013
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Re: wmctrl problems

Hi jfd,

On  Sa 16 Nov 2013 19:08:10 CET, Jean-Francois Dagenais wrote:

> On Nov 16, 2013, at 4:17, Mike Gabriel  
> <mike.gabriel@...> wrote:
>
>>
>> With published applications you have to use wmctrl on your local  
>> display (:0) not on the X2Go display (:50 or above...).
>>
>> Mike
>
> Thanks for the answer Mike, is there any way around that? I.e. a  
> nxagent option
> or something? The reason is it would be nice to implement the window

nxagent is a display manager, not a window manager. So, if you you  
want to apply some magic to X windows running on top of nxagent, you  
have to use display manager tools like ,,xprop''.

> management
> trickery part on the server side, and not have to redo the setup on all my
> client terminals. Plus, the server is ubuntu, which has all the required
> packages readily available, whereas on mac, I have to use macports which has
> some quirks here and there.

I'd be interested in the trickery you want to apply to the published  
applications.

greets,
Mike
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Hi jfd,

On  Sa 16 Nov 2013 19:08:10 CET, Jean-Francois Dagenais wrote:

> On Nov 16, 2013, at 4:17, Mike Gabriel  
> <mike.gabriel@...> wrote:
>
>>
>> With published applications you have to use wmctrl on your local  
>> display (:0) not on the X2Go display (:50 or above...).
>>
>> Mike
>
> Thanks for the answer Mike, is there any way around that? I.e. a  
> nxagent option
> or something? The reason is it would be nice to implement the window

nxagent is a display manager, not a window manager. So, if you you  
want to apply some magic to X windows running on top of nxagent, you  
have to use display manager tools like ,,xprop''.

> management
> trickery part on the server side, and not have to redo the setup on all my
> client terminals. Plus, the server is ubuntu, which has all the required
> packages readily available, whereas on mac, I have to use macports which has
> some quirks here and there.

I'd be interested in the trickery you want to apply to the published  
applications.

greets,
Mike
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