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xrdp-sesrun(8)							xrdp-sesrun(8)

NAME
       xrdp-sesrun - xrdp-sesman(8) session launcher

SYNTAX
       xrdp-sesrun [ options ] username

DESCRIPTION
       xrdp-sesrun starts a session using xrdp-sesman(8).
       This  is	 a  tool  useful for testing, it simply	behaves	like xrdp when
       some user logs in a new session and authenticates, thus starting	a  new
       session.

       Default values for the options are set at compile-time. Run the utility
       without a username to see what the defaults are for your	installation.

       The utility prompts for a password if neither -p	or -F is used.

OPTIONS
       -g <width>x<height>
	      Set session geometry.
	      Note that	most configurations will resize	the session on connec-
	      tion, so this option may not do what you expect.

       -b <bits-per-pixel>
	      Set  session  bits-per-pixel  (colour depth). Some session types
	      (i.e. Xorg) will ignore this setting.

       -s <server>
	      Server on	which sesman is	running	(probably 'localhost').
	      Use of this option is discouraged	as it will be removed  in  the
	      future.

       -t <session-type>
	      Session  type  - one of Xorg, Xvnc or X11rdp. Alternatively, for
	      testing only, use	the numeric session code.

       -D <directory>
	      Directory	to run the new session in. Defaults to $HOME  for  the
	      specified	user.

       -S <shell>
	      Specify an alternate shell to run, instead of the	default	window
	      manager.

       -p <password>
	      Password for user. USE FOR TESTING ONLY -	the password  will  be
	      visible in the output of the ps command.

       -F <file-descriptor>
	      Specify  a  file descriptor (normally 0) to read the password in
	      from. This is a secure way to pass the password in to the	 util-
	      ity.

       -c <sesman-ini>
	      Specify  a  different sesman.ini file. This file is used to find
	      out how to connect to xrdp-sesman.

ENVIRONMENT
       SESRUN_LOG_LEVEL
	      Override the default logging  level.  One	 of  "error",  "warn",
	      "info", "debug", "trace" or a number 1-5.

EXAMPLES
       xrdp-sesrun -F 0	user1 <passwd.txt
	      Create  a	 default session for user user1	with a password	from a
	      file

       xrdp-sesrun -t Xvnc -S /usr/bin/xterm user1
	      Create an	extremely minimal Xvnc session for  user  user1.  This
	      could  be	 useful	 for debugging why the standard	session	is not
	      starting properly. Note you would	 need  to  install  the	 xterm
	      utility  first.  The  gnome-terminal utility probably won't work
	      here.

FILES
       /usr/local/sbin/xrdp-sesman
       /usr/local/bin/xrdp-sesrun
       /usr/local/etc/xrdp/sesman.ini

AUTHORS
       Jay Sorg	<jsorg71@users.sourceforge.net>
       Simone Fedele <ilsimo@users.sourceforge.net>

SEE ALSO
       xrdp-sesman(8), sesman.ini(5), xrdp(8), xrdp.ini(5)

       For more	info on	xrdp see <http://www.xrdp.org/>

xrdp team			    0.9.16			xrdp-sesrun(8)

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