openbox-session - Man Page

Runs an Openbox session without any session manager.


openbox-session runs an openbox session without  any session manager. Without a session manager, you will not be able  to save your state from one log in to the next.

openbox-session does not take any command line  arguments.

On log in, openbox-session will run the  ~/.config/openbox/ script if it exists, and will run the  system-wide script /etc/xdg/openbox/ otherwise. You may  place anything you want to run automatically in those files, for example:

xsetroot -solid grey & 
gnome-settings-daemon &

Make sure that each line is followed by a "&" or else the script will  stop there and further commands will not be executed. You can use the  /etc/xdg/openbox/ file as an example for creating your  own.

See Also

openbox(1), openbox-session(1), openbox-gnome-session(1).

The program's full documentation is available on the website:

Please report bugs to:  

Referenced By

obxprop(1), openbox(1), openbox-kde-session(1).