LinuxReviws.org --get your your Linux knowledge
> Linux Reviews > Manual Pages (man) >

beryl-manager

- The Beryl Manager


  1. beryl-manager.1.man


1. beryl-manager.1.man

Manpage of beryl-manager

beryl-manager

Section: Beryl Manager (1)
Updated: 2006-10-21
Index Return to Main Contents
 

NAME

beryl-manager - The Beryl Manager  

SYNOPSIS

beryl-manager [-d] [--no-force-display-manager] [--no-force-decorator] [--help] [--version]  

DESCRIPTION

beryl-manager is a tray application that allows you to launch beryl, start different window decorators, start a different window manager or launch beryl-settings to configure your beryl environment. Should beryl crash, the beryl-manager will try to launch a window manager to fall back to. .  

OPTIONS

-d
prevents from detaching from console. Useful for debugging and error analysis.
--no-force-window-manager
don't replace running window manager at start
--no-force-decorator
don't replace an eventually running decorator
--version
outputs the current version of beryl-manager
--help
short usage statement about beryl-manager
 

SIGNALS

USR1
Let the menu popup on screen. Used to show the running instance, instead of starting a new one.
USR2
Toggles between beryl and fallback windows-manager.
 

FILES

$HOME/.beryl-managerrc
Here are the settings stored.
 

BUGS

The running display manager and decorator detecting stuff only works if they are running on same machine. Beryl Manager itself connects only once to a Systray, if the Systray gets destroyed, it will not appear in a new instance (But you can always invoke beryl-manager a 2nd time to get the Popupwindow).  

AUTHORS

- Quinn Storm (livinglatexkali@gmail.com)  

SEE ALSO

beryl(1) emerald(1)


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
SIGNALS
FILES
BUGS
AUTHORS
SEE ALSO

This document was created by man2html using the manual pages.
Time: 17:30:22 GMT, October 23, 2013

Meet new people