gnome-session-selector

GNOME-SESSION-SELECTOR(1)   General Commands Manual  GNOME-SESSION-SELECTOR(1)



NAME
       gnome-session-selector - Selects a session to use with gnome-session

SYNOPSIS
       gnome-session-selector ([session]|--action [(save|print|load))])

DESCRIPTION
       gnome-session-selector  can be used from a xsession desktop file to
       select a session before gnome-session is run. gnome-session reads and
       stores its session in the "${XDG_DATA_HOME}/gnome-session/saved-
       session" directory.  gnome-session-selector works by replacing the
       saved-session directory by a symlink to another directory. Since the
       session name is used as the directory name, it may not contain '/'
       characters or begin with a '.'.


       When a session name is specified, gnome-session-selector will create a
       symlink to select this session.

       When started without arguments or with --action load, gnome-session-
       selector will present a dialog that allows to choose one of the
       existing sessions or create a new one.

       When started with --action save, gnome-session-selector will present a
       dialog that allows to choose a session, or create a new one, then
       performs a session save operation.


SEE ALSO
       gnome-session(1)



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