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Re: Howto open xterm to another X virtual monitor



At 7:46 PM +0100 1/29/07, Zoltan Boszormenyi wrote:
>David Kovalsky írta:
>> Dario Lesca wrote:
>>
>>> Hi! ... from a gnome-terminal if I run "xterm &" the xterm is open on
>>> current desktop; it's possible open it on another desktop?
>>>
>>> Many thanks
>>>
>>>
>> `xterm -display $DISPLAY'
>>
>> could be what you are looking for
>>
>
>That won't work. He asked about opening it on another
>"virtual desktop" which is neither a "display" neither a
>"screen" in the sense X uses them.
>E.g.: "xterm -display :0.0" opens the xterm on the same
>desktop. If you are running another X server and can
>connect to it, you can do "xterm -display :1.0".
>And if you have two monitors in non-Xinerama mode,
>you can also do "xterm -display :0.1" But that doesn't
>answer the original question. How can one open a window
>on another (virtual) desktop, which is in the realm of the WM?

Possibly the realm of Devil's Pie.
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