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lxsession - a lightweight X session manager
This manual page documents briefly the lxsession command. lxsession is a program that provides a X11 session manager. It is the default X11 session manager of LXDE. A session manager is used to automatically start a set of applications and set up a working desktop environment. Moreover, when the user logout, it remembers the applications in use, and restart them the next time you login.
lxpanel (1), lxsession-logout(1).
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Ying-Chun Liu Author.
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