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FLUXBOX-REMOTE(1)		Fluxbox	Manual		     FLUXBOX-REMOTE(1)

NAME
       fluxbox-remote -	command	line access to key commands for	fluxbox(1)

SYNOPSIS
       fluxbox-remote command

DESCRIPTION
       fluxbox-remote(1) is designed to	allow scripts to execute most key
       commands	from fluxbox(1). fluxbox-remote(1) will	only work with
       fluxbox(1): its communications with fluxbox(1) are not standardized in
       any way.	It is recommended that a standards-based tool such as
       wmctrl(1) be used whenever possible, in order for scripts to work with
       other window managers.

CAVEATS
       fluxbox-remote(1) uses the X11 protocol to communicate with fluxbox(1).
       Therefore, it is	possible for any user with access to the X(7) server
       to use fluxbox-remote(1). For this reason, several key commands have
       been disabled. Users should be aware of the security implications when
       enabling	fluxbox-remote(1), especially when using a forwarded X(7)
       connection.

RESOURCES
       session.screen0.allowRemoteActions: <boolean>
	   This	resource in ~/.fluxbox/init must be set	to `true' in order for
	   fluxbox-remote(1) to	function. Please read the CAVEATS first.

ENVIRONMENT
       In order	to communicate with fluxbox(1),	the DISPLAY environment
       variable	must be	set properly. Usually, the value should	be `:0.0'.

AUTHORS
       This man	page written by	Mark Tiefenbruck <mark at fluxbox.org>

SEE ALSO
       fluxbox(1) fluxbox-keys(5) wmctrl(1)

AUTHOR
       Mark Tiefenbruck	<mark@fluxbox.org>
	   Author.

fluxbox-remote.txt	       08 February 2015		     FLUXBOX-REMOTE(1)

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