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ck-launch-session(1)		 User Commands		  ck-launch-session(1)

NAME
       ck-launch-session  - Utility to start a ConsoleKit session from a shell
       script

SYNOPSIS
       ck-launch-session command

DESCRIPTION
       ck-launch-session is a utility for starting a command in	its  own  Con-
       soleKit	session, however the command is	optional.  If not specified it
       launches	a shell..  This	would be useful	if  a  user  wanted  to	 start
       their  own session via a	startx script and have it registered with Con-
       soleKit,	for example.

OPERANDS
       The following operands are supported:

       command	       Start the specified command in its own ConsoleKit  ses-
		       sion.

EXAMPLES
       Example 1: Launch the startx command in its own ConsoleKit session

       example%	ck-launch-session startx

SEE ALSO
       ck-history(1), ck-list-sessions(1), console-kit-daemon(1m)

NOTES
       Written	by  Brian Cameron, Sun Microsystems Inc., 2009.	 Copyright (c)
       2009 by Sun Microsystems, Inc.

SunOS 5.11			  22 Oct 2009		  ck-launch-session(1)

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