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x2goresume-session - Resume X2Go Session
x2goresume-session <session_id> \ <geometry> \ <link_quality> \ <nx_pack_meth> \ <kblayout> \ <kbtype> \ <setkbd> \ <clipboardmode>
x2goresume-session resumes the suspended session with session ID <session_id>. This command is normally issued by an X2Go client application with X2Go user privileges.
<session_id> The session ID (or session name) of the suspend session that is to be resumed. <geometry> Session window size on screen (allowed values: <width>x<height> or fullscreen). <link_quality> Any value out of: modem, isdn, adsl, wan or lan. <nx_pack_method> NX compression method (see below for possible values). <cache_type+dpi> Cache type and color depth for X2Go session window. The most common value is: unix- kde-depth_24 where ,,24'' is the color depth in bit. <kblayout> Keyboard layout (e.g. us, de, etc.). <kbtype> Keyboard type/model (e.g. pc105/us). <setkbd> Force setting keyboard layout and type within the X2Go session on startup. Values: 0 or 1. <clipboardmode> The session's clipboard mode. Possible values: both, server, client, none. Allows one to configure clipboard security per session via the connecting X2Go client. If the clipboard parameter is set server-side in /etc/x2go/x2goagent.options, then that value will override client-side settings.
x2goresume-session reports to stderr if resuming of session <session_id> failed. This very probably means that the session's X agent has died, so the session <session_id> will be marked as finished in the X2Go session database. If everything works out well, a list of session attributes is returned after successful session resumption. Session attributes will be presented on a line-by-line basis: field 01: <graphics_port> field 02: <sound_port> field 03: <sshfs_port> field 04: <tekictrl_port> (if Telekinesis is available/enabled) field 04: <tekidata_port> (if Telekinesis is available/enabled) As exitcode x2goresume-session always returns 0.
x2gostartagent(8), x2goruncommand(8), x2gosuspend-session(8), x2goterminate-session(8)
This manual has been written by Mike Gabriel <firstname.lastname@example.org> for the X2Go project (https://www.x2go.org).