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You can't. There isn't a single class or object that's used to input text in Linux programs. There is on MacOS, but not on Linux.


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So, the resolution for me was, to dump Xming all together and replace it with Xpra. I played around with the binary packages that come with Ubuntu but was out of luck. To get things working correctly, I actually downloaded the binaries (version 0.15.10) from http://xpra.org/#download as I was recommended bythe winswitch mailing list(linked from the Xpra.org. ...


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run dconf-editor, go to ORG > GNOME > DESKTOP > INTERFACE > CURSOR-SIZE. I used 10 for my 5k display.


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yes it is possible. This solution has been tested with Debian jessie and wdm as login-manager. Multiple steps are required to do: Steps 8 to 10 are wdm specific and might look different for gdm or kdm log in as root open file /etc/X11/Xsession in editor replace first line in file #!/bin/sh with #!/bin/bash locate line ERRFILE=$HOME/.xsession-errors and ...


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I couldn't find the source code, but I did run an strace on it. From the strace, it's clear that the This will only work... message is just the standard message that is printed to stdout before anything is actually done. Here's the important strace output: write(1, "\33[2J\33[0;0f\n--------\n", 20) = 20 write(1, "Welcome to xflux (f.lux for X)\n", 31) = 31 ...


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I think f.lux is refering that you should start f.lux before a X (graphical) desktop. Not sure, but maybe x needs to be a son process of your shell, like flux, and not flux from a shell interpreter opened in X


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As counterintuitive as it seems VNC is an option: Run the guest with a VNC console, which you completely ignore, then use X over ssh to do the normal work. We are running this setup with literally hundreds of Linux, BSD and Windows (RDP instead of X) guests and it works fine. You can simply lock down VNC binding to localhost, if you are concerned about the ...



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