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NAME

       fluxbox-remote - command line access to key commands for fluxbox(1)

SYNOPSIS

       fluxbox-remote command

DESCRIPTION

       fluxbox-remote(1) is designed to allow scripts to execute most key commands from
       fluxbox(1). fluxbox-remote(1) will only work with fluxbox(1): its communications with
       fluxbox(1) are not standardized in any way. It is recommended that a standards-based tool
       such as wmctrl(1) be used whenever possible, in order for scripts to work with other
       window managers.

CAVEATS

       fluxbox-remote(1) uses the X11 protocol to communicate with fluxbox(1). Therefore, it is
       possible for any user with access to the X(7) server to use fluxbox-remote(1). For this
       reason, several key commands have been disabled. Users should be aware of the security
       implications when enabling fluxbox-remote(1), especially when using a forwarded X(7)
       connection.

RESOURCES

       session.screen0.allowRemoteActions: <boolean>
           This resource in ~/.fluxbox/init must be set to ‘true’ in order for fluxbox-remote(1)
           to function. Please read the CAVEATS first.

ENVIRONMENT

       In order to communicate with fluxbox(1), the DISPLAY environment variable must be set
       properly. Usually, the value should be ‘:0.0’.

AUTHORS

       This man page written by Mark Tiefenbruck <mark at fluxbox.org>

SEE ALSO

       fluxbox(1) fluxbox-keys(5) wmctrl(1)

AUTHOR

       Mark Tiefenbruck <mark@fluxbox.org>
           Author.