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DSBLogoutmgr(1)		FreeBSD	General	Commands Manual	       DSBLogoutmgr(1)

NAME
     dsblogoutmgr -- Graphical logout manager

SYNOPSIS
     dsblogoutmgr [-L _lock command_] [-S _suspend command_]
		  [-l _logout command_]	[-r _reboot command_]
		  [-s _shutdown	command_]

DESCRIPTION
     dsblogoutmgr is a Qt utility that allows you to leave your	current	window
     manager-session, reboot, suspend or shutdown your system. Furthermore, it
     supports time-controlled shutdown.

     The following options are available:

     -L	     Defines the screen	lock command. Default "metalock"

     -S	     Defines the suspend command. Default "acpiconf -s 3"

     -l	     Defines the logout	command. Default "fluxbox exit"

     -r	     Defines the reboot	command. Default "shutdown -r now"

     -s	     Defines the shutdown command. Default "shutdown -p	now"

SETUP
     Commands for the actions can also be defined in
     ~/.config/DSB/dsblogoutmgr/config using variable=value pairs by setting
     the variables lock, logout, shutdown, reboot, and suspend.	 Commands con-
     taining white spaces must be enclosed in double quotes. If	an action is
     defined on	the command line, it is	used instead of	the one	defined	in
     ~/.config/DSB/dsblogoutmgr/config.

   Permissions
     In	order to be able to execute shutdown as	regular	user, you can either
     use sudo(8) (see below), or you can add your username to the operator
     group:

	   # pw	groupmod operator -m yourusername

     If	you want to be able to suspend your system as regular user, you	can
     use sudo(8).  Add

	   %wheel  ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: /usr/sbin/acpiconf *

     to	/usr/local/etc/sudoers,	and define the suspend action accordingly by
     using the -S flag on the command line, or set

	   suspend = "sudo acpiconf -s 3"

     in	~/.config/DSB/dsblogoutmgr/config

     Note: On FreeBSD >= 12, members of	the operator group are allowed to exe-
     cute acpiconf.  Using sudo(8) is not necessary.

   Closing window manager-sessions
     Openbox
	     Users of OpenBox can set the logout action	to "openbox --exit"
	     using the -l flag.

     Fluxbox
	     Users of Fluxbox can set the logout action	to "fluxbox-remote
	     exit" using the -l	flag. This requires

		   session.screen0.allowRemoteActions: true

	     to	be set in ~/.fluxbox/init.

FreeBSD	13.0		       November	25, 2020		  FreeBSD 13.0

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