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       weston.ini  -  configuration  file  for  Weston - the reference Wayland


       Weston obtains configuration from its command line parameters  and  the
       configuration file described here.


       Weston  uses a configuration file called weston.ini for its setup.  The
       weston.ini configuration file is searched for in one of  the  following
       places when the server is started:

           $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/weston.ini   (if $XDG_CONFIG_HOME is set)
           $HOME/.config/weston.ini      (if $HOME is set)
           weston/weston.ini in each
               $XDG_CONFIG_DIR           (if $XDG_CONFIG_DIRS is set)
           /etc/xdg/weston/weston.ini    (if $XDG_CONFIG_DIRS is not set)
           <current dir>/weston.ini      (if no variables were set)

       where  environment  variable  $HOME  is  the user's home directory, and
       $XDG_CONFIG_HOME is the  user  specific  configuration  directory,  and
       $XDG_CONFIG_DIRS  is a colon ':' delimited listed of configuration base
       directories, such as /etc/xdg-foo:/etc/xdg.

       The weston.ini file is composed of a number of sections  which  may  be
       present  in  any order, or omitted to use default configuration values.
       Each section has the form:


       The spaces are significant.  Comment lines are ignored:


       The section headers are:

           core           The core modules and options
           libinput       Input device configuration
           shell          Desktop customization
           launcher       Add launcher to the panel
           output         Output configuration
           input-method   Onscreen keyboard input
           keyboard       Keyboard layouts
           terminal       Terminal application options
           xwayland       XWayland options
           screen-share   Screen sharing options

       Possible value types are string, signed and  unsigned  32-bit  integer,
       and  boolean.  Strings  must  not  be quoted, do not support any escape
       sequences, and run till the end of the line. Integers can be  given  in
       decimal  (e.g.  123),  octal  (e.g.  0173), and hexadecimal (e.g. 0x7b)
       form. Boolean values can be only 'true' or 'false'.


       The core section is used to select the startup compositor  modules  and
       general options.
              specifies  a  shell  to  load (string). This can be used to load
              your own implemented  shell  or  one  with  Weston  as  default.
              Available shells in the /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/weston directory

              specifies the modules to load (string). Available modules in the
              /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/weston directory are:

              overrides  defaults  backend.  Available  backend modules in the
              /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/weston directory are:


              Set  the  approximate  length   of   the   repaint   window   in
              milliseconds.  The  repaint window is used to control and reduce
              the output latency for clients. If the window is longer than the
              output refresh period, the repaint will be done immediately when
              the previous repaint finishes, not processing client requests in
              between.  If the repaint window is too short, the compositor may
              miss the target vertical blank, increasing output  latency.  The
              default  value  is 7 milliseconds. The allowed range is from -10
              to 1000 milliseconds. Using a  negative  value  will  force  the
              compositor to always miss the target vblank.

              sets  the  GBM  format  used  for  the  framebuffer  for the GBM
              backend. Can be  xrgb8888,  xrgb2101010,  rgb565.   By  default,
              xrgb8888 is used.

              sets  Weston's idle timeout in seconds. This idle timeout is the
              time after which Weston will enter an "inactive" mode and screen
              will fade to black. A value of 0 disables the timeout.

              Important  :  This  option  may  also  be  set via Weston's '-i'
              command line option and will take precedence  over  the  current
              .ini option. This means that if both weston.ini and command line
              define this idle-timeout time, the one specified in the command-
              line  will be used. On the other hand, if none of these sets the
              value, default idle timeout will be set to 300 seconds.


       The libinput section is used to configure input devices when using  the
       libinput input device backend.

       Available configuration are:

              enables tap to click on touchpad devices


       The  shell  section  is used to customize the compositor. Some keys may
       not be handled by different shell plugins.

       The entries that can appear in this section are:

              sets the path for the shell client  to  run.  If  not  specified
              weston-desktop-shell is launched (string).

              sets the path for the background image file (string).

              determines  how  the  background image is drawn (string). Can be
              scale, scale-crop or tile (default).  Scale means scaled to  fit
              the  output  precisely, not preserving aspect ratio.  Scale-crop
              preserves aspect ratio, scales the  background  image  just  big
              enough  to  cover  the output, and centers it. The image ends up
              cropped from left and right, or top and bottom,  if  the  aspect
              ratio  does  not  match  the output. Tile repeats the background
              image to fill the output.

              sets  the  color  of  the  background  (unsigned  integer).  The
              hexadecimal  digit  pairs  are  in  order alpha, red, green, and

              sets the color of the panel (unsigned integer). The  hexadecimal
              digit  pairs  are  in  order transparency, red, green, and blue.

                 0xffff0000    Red
                 0xff00ff00    Green
                 0xff0000ff    Blue
                 0x00ffffff    Fully transparent

              sets the location of the panel (string). Can be top, none.

              enables screen locking (boolean).

              sets the effect used for opening new windows  (string).  Can  be
              zoom, fade, none.  By default, no animation is used.

              sets the effect used when closing windows (string). Can be fade,
              none.  By default, the fade animation is used.

              sets the effect used for opening new windows  (string).  Can  be
              fade, none.  By default, the fade animation is used.

              sets the effect used with the focused and unfocused windows. Can
              be dim-layer, none.  By default, no animation is used.

              sets the modifier key used for common bindings (string), such as
              moving  surfaces,  resizing,  rotating,  switching,  closing and
              setting the transparency for windows, controlling the  backlight
              and  zooming  the  desktop.  Possible  values:  ctrl, alt, super

              defines the number of workspaces (unsigned  integer).  The  user
              can  switch workspaces by using the binding+F1, F2 keys. If this
              key is not set, fall back to one workspace.

              sets the cursor theme (string).

              sets the cursor size (unsigned integer).

              sets the path to lock screen icon image (string). (tablet  shell

              sets  the path to lock screen background image (string). (tablet
              shell only)

              sets the path to home screen background image (string).  (tablet
              shell only)


       There can be multiple launcher sections, one for each launcher.

              sets  the  path  to  icon  image  (string).  Svg  images are not
              currently supported.

              sets the path to the program that is run  by  clicking  on  this
              launcher  (string).   It  is  possible  to  pass  arguments  and
              environment variables to the program. For example:

                  path=GDK_BACKEND=wayland gnome-terminal --full-screen


       There can be  multiple  output  sections,  each  corresponding  to  one
       output. It is currently only recognized by the drm and x11 backends.

              sets  a  name for the output (string). The backend uses the name
              to identify the output. All X11 output names start with a letter
              X.   All  Wayland  output  names start with the letters WL.  The
              available output names for DRM backend are listed in the weston-
              launch(1) output.  Examples of usage:

                 LVDS1    DRM backend, Laptop internal panel no.1
                 VGA1     DRM backend, VGA connector no.1
                 X1       X11 backend, X window no.1
                 WL1      Wayland backend, Wayland window no.1

              See weston-drm(7) for more details.

              sets  the  output  mode  (string). The mode parameter is handled
              differently depending on the backend. On  the  X11  backend,  it
              just  sets  the  WIDTHxHEIGHT  of  the  weston  window.  The DRM
              backend accepts different modes:

                 WIDTHxHEIGHT    Resolution size width and height in pixels
                 preferred       Uses the preferred mode
                 current         Uses the current crt controller mode
                 off             Disables the output

              Optionally, an user may specify a modeline, such as:

                  173.00  1920 2048 2248 2576  1080 1083 1088 1120 -hsync +vsync

              It consists of the refresh rate in Hz, horizontal  and  vertical
              resolution, options for horizontal and vertical synchronisation.
              The program cvt(1) can provide suitable modeline string.

              The  transformation  applied  to  screen  output  (string).  The
              transform key can be one of the following 8 strings:

                 normal        Normal output.
                 90            90 degrees clockwise.
                 180           Upside down.
                 270           90 degrees counter clockwise.
                 flipped       Horizontally flipped
                 flipped-90    Flipped and 90 degrees clockwise
                 flipped-180   Flipped upside down
                 flipped-270   Flipped and 90 degrees counter clockwise

              An integer, 1 by default, typically configured as 2 when needed,
              denoting the scale  factor  of  the  output.  Applications  that
              support   it   render   at  the  appropriate  scale.  For  other
              applications, weston will scale their output by this factor.

              Use a value of 2 for outputs with high resolution. Such displays
              are often called "HiDPI" or "retina" displays.

              The logical seat name that that this output should be associated
              with. If this is set then the seat's input will be  confined  to
              the  output that has the seat set on it. The expectation is that
              this functionality will be used  in  a  multiheaded  environment
              with   a   single  compositor  for  multiple  output  and  input
              configurations. The default seat is called  "default"  and  will
              always be present. This seat can be constrained like any other.


              sets the path of the on screen keyboard input method (string).


       This section contains the following keys:

              sets  the  keymap  rules  file  (string). Used to map layout and
              model to input device.

              sets the keymap  model  (string).  See  the  Models  section  in

              sets the comma separated list of keyboard layout codes (string).
              See the Layouts section in xkeyboard-config(7).

              sets the  comma  separated  list  of  keyboard  layout  variants
              (string).  The number of variants must be the same as the number
              of  layouts  above.  See  the  Layouts  section  in   xkeyboard-

              sets  the  keymap  options  (string). See the Options section in

              sets the  rate  of  repeating  keys  in  characters  per  second
              (unsigned integer)

              sets  the  delay  in milliseconds since key down until repeating
              starts (unsigned integer)

              sets the default state of the numlock on weston startup for  the
              backends which support it.


       Contains   settings   for  the  weston  terminal  application  (weston-
       terminal). It allows to customize the font and  shell  of  the  command
       line interface.

       font=DejaVu Sans Mono
              sets the font of the terminal (string). For a good experience it
              is recommended to use monospace fonts. In case the font  is  not
              found, the default one is used.

              sets the size of the terminal font (unsigned integer).

              The terminal shell (string). Sets the $TERM variable.


              sets the path to the xserver to run (string).


       command=/usr/bin/weston  --shell=fullscreen- --no-clients-resize
              sets the command to start a fullscreen-shell server  for  screen
              sharing (string).


       weston(1), weston-launch(1), weston-drm(7), xkeyboard-config(7)