A remote controlling solution.
2009-04-19 - (version not recorded) ∞
Sharing an X11 desktop with xnest ∞
\apt-get install xorg-x11-Xnest
Assuming you are already in an X session (
In a terminal, do:
\nohup \Xnest :1 -ac >> /dev/null&
From your original session, you can force the new one to run commands, like a window manager, like so:
DISPLAY=:1 \nohup \openbox >> /dev/null&
Note that some commands have a
-display parameter which you could also use.
How would I remotely shut down an Xnest session?
a simple script for testing a window manager ∞
and just summon it with something like: