labwc [options...] [command]
Labwc is a stacking compositor for Wayland. It aims to be light-weight and have the feel of Openbox albeit with a smaller feature set. Where practicable, it uses clients to show wall-paper, take screenshots, and so on. It tries to stay in keeping with wlroots and sway in terms of approach and coding style.
- -c <config>
Specify a config file
Enable full logging, including debug information
Show help message and quit
- -s <command>
Run command on startup
Show the version number and quit
Enable more verbose logging
Configuration and Theming
Labwc uses openbox specification for configuration and theming, but does not support all options. The the following files control the look and behaviour:
Equivalent XDG Base Directory Specification locations are also honoured.
The configuration file and theme are re-loaded on receiving signal SIGHUP.
The autostart file is executed as a shell script. This is a place for setting a background image, launching a panel, or similar.
The environment file is parsed as <variable>=<value> and sets environment variables accordingly. It is recommended to specify keyboard settings here, for example: `XKB_DEFAULT_LAYOUT=gb`. See xkeyboard-config(7) for details. Note that the environment file is treated differently by openbox where it is simply sourced prior to running openbox.
labwc-config(5), labwc-theme(5), labwc-actions(5)
labwc-actions(5), labwc-config(5), labwc-theme(5).