qvm-start-daemon – start GUI/AUDIO for qube(s)

Note

qvm-start-gui has been renamed to qvm-start-daemon as it handles now gui and audio.

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Synopsis

qvm-start-daemon [-h] [–verbose] [–quiet] [–all] [–exclude EXCLUDE] [–watch] [–kde] [–force] [–force-stubdomain] [–pidfile PIDFILE] [–notify-monitory-layout] [VMNAME [VMNAME …]]

Options

--help, -h

show this help message and exit

--verbose, -v

increase verbosity

--quiet, -q

decrease verbosity

--all

perform the action on all qubes

--exclude

exclude the qube from –all

--watch

Keep watching for further domain startups

--force-stubdomain

Start GUI to stubdomain-emulated VGA, even if gui-agent is running in the VM

--force

Force running, even if this isn’t GUI/Audio domain. GUI domain is a domain with ‘guivm-gui-agent’ qvm-service enabled. Similarly for Audio domain it is ‘audiovm-audio-agent’ qvm-service.

--kde

Set KDE specific arguments to gui-daemon - required for proper windows decoration on KDE.

--pidfile

Pidfile path to create in –watch mode

--notify-monitor-layout

Notify running instance in –watch mode about changed monitor layout

Authors

Joanna Rutkowska <joanna at invisiblethingslab dot com>
Rafal Wojtczuk <rafal at invisiblethingslab dot com>
Marek Marczykowski <marmarek at invisiblethingslab dot com>
Wojtek Porczyk <woju at invisiblethingslab dot com>