wlogout [options] [command]
- -h, --help
Show help message and stop
- -l, --layout <layout>
Specify a custom layout file
- -v, --version
Show version number and stop
- -C, -css <css>
Specify a custom css file
- -b, --buttons-per-row <num>
Set the number of buttons per row
- -c, --column-spacing <space>
Set space between buttons columns
- -r, --row-spacing <space>
Set space between buttons rows
- -m, --margin <padding>
Set margin on all sides
- -L, --margin-left <padding>
Set margin for left of buttons
- -R, --margin-right <padding>
Set margin for right of buttons
- -T, --margin-right <padding>
Set margin for top of buttons
- -B, --margin-right <padding>
Set margin for bottom of buttons
- -p, --protocol <protocol>
Takes either layer-shell or xdg. The layer-shell allows transparency effects; however, only a few compositors correctly support it. The xdg protocol will work on almost all compositors, but does not allow for transparency.
wlogout was created to replace oblogout with a native logout script for Wayland. It also seeks to be a faster alternative that does not rely on depracated technology such as python 2; while maintaining a small code footprint.
You can run wlogout from any Wayland environment and it should just work.
Wlogout searches for a layout and style.css file in the following locations, in this order:
If unset, $XDG_CONFIG_HOME defaults to ~/.config/.
An error is raised when no layout file is found; However, the style.css file is optional. If you would like to customise either it is recommended that you copy the defaults from /etc/wlogout/ into ~/.config and make any changes there.
Maintained by Haden Collins <email@example.com> for more information about wlogout, see <https://github.com/ArtsyMacaw/wlogout>.