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It allows the user to view remote X applications on their local machine, and disconnect and reconnect from the remote machine without losing the state of the running applications.
Unlike VNC, these applications are "rootless". They appear as individual windows inside your window manager rather than being contained within a single window.
Xdummy ------ Using Xdummy allows Xpra to resize the virtual display to match the client's resolution so as to prevent windows and menus from overflowing beyond the edge of the screen. Sample xpra start command: xpra --xvfb="Xorg -dpi 96 -noreset -nolisten tcp \ +extension GLX +extension RANDR +extension RENDER \ -config /usr/share/doc/xpra/examples/dummy.xorg.conf \ - more»
FAQ for xpra ============ What is xpra? ------------- Xpra is 'screen for X' -- it allows you to run X programs, usually on a remote host, direct their display to your local machine, and then to disconnect from these programs and reconnect from the same or another machine, without losing any state. Wait, isn't that what VNC does? ------------------------------- VNC is another system for using more»
XPRA(1) XPRA(1) NAME xpra - viewer for remote, persistent X applications SYNOPSIS xpra start :DISPLAY [--start-child=CHILD] ... [--exit-with-children] [--no-daemon] [--use-display] [--xvfb=CMD] [--no-randr] [--no-clipboard] [--no-pulseaudio] [--bind-tcp=[HO more»
XPRA_LAUNCHER(1) XPRA_LAUNCHER(1) NAME xpra_launcher - more»
xpra (0.3.11+dfsg-1) unstable; urgency=low * New upstream release. * New backported patch to fi more»
v0.3.11 (2012-10-05) ====================== -- fix bencoder to properly handle dicts with non-strin more»
Format: http://www.debian.org/doc/packaging-manuals/copyright-format/1.0 Upstream-Name: xpra Upstrea more»