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Starting Xmanager from command line

Last modified: Friday, September 4, 2009 12:09 AM


Xmanager provides simple command interface (Xrcmd.exe) to start sessions via command line arguments or make Xmanager interoperate with the software you already have. By using the command line arguments, you can do the following tasks:

  • Start XDMCP/Xstart sessions
  • Start SSH/TELNET//RLOGIN sessions
  • Stat a connection


Starting a XDMCP/Xstat session from command line
To launch a Xmanager session, you can use a command line option such as:

     xrcmd -f session_name
     Ex.) xrcmd -f D:\Xmanager\Xstart\session.xss

Starting a connection from command line
To start a new connection without a session, use the following syntax:

xrcmd -protocol rlogin -host hostname -user $USERNAME -password $PASSWORD -status -result -command $COMMAND -display $DISPLAY

If you want to find out more, please refer to the command line option in the Xmanager manual.

Note: The defualt location for Xmanager sessions files:

C:\Documents and Settings\%USER%\Application Data\NetSarang\Xmanager\%VERSION%\Xstart\ >

*Substitute %VERSION% with the Xmanager version number
**Substitte %USER% with the real user name