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    Command:

    rstart

    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

           rstart [-c context] [-g] [-l username] [-v] hostname command args ...
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           Rstart  is  a simple implementation of a Remote Start client as defined
           in "A Flexible Remote Execution Protocol Based on rsh".  It uses rsh as
           its underlying remote execution mechanism.
    
    
    

    OPTIONS

           -c context
                   This option specifies the context in which the command is to be
                   run.  A context specifies a general environment the program  is
                   to  be  run  in.  The details of this environment are host-spe-
                   cific; the intent is that the client  need  not  know  how  the
                   environment  must  be  configured.   If  omitted,  the  context
                   defaults to X.  This should be suitable for running X  programs
                   from the host's "usual" X installation.
    
           -g      Interprets  command  as  a generic command, as discussed in the
                   protocol document.  This is intended to allow  common  applica-
                   tions to be invoked without knowing what they are called on the
                   remote system.  Currently, the only  generic  commands  defined
                   are  Terminal,  LoadMonitor,  ListContexts, and ListGenericCom-
                   mands.
    
           -l username
                   This option is passed to the underlying rsh; it  requests  that
                   the command be run as the specified user.
    
           -v      This  option  requests that rstart be verbose in its operation.
                   Without this option, rstart discards output from  the  remote's
                   rstart helper, and directs the rstart helper to detach the pro-
                   gram from the rsh connection  used  to  start  it.   With  this
                   option, responses from the helper are displayed and the result-
                   ing program is not detached from the connection.
    
    
    

    NOTES

           This is a trivial implementation.  Far more  sophisticated  implementa-
           tions are possible and should be developed.
    
           Error  handling  is  nonexistent.   Without  -v, error reports from the
           remote are discarded silently.  With -v, error reports are displayed.
    
           The $DISPLAY environment variable is  passed.   If  it  starts  with  a
           colon,  the  local hostname is prepended.  The local domain name should
           be appended to unqualified host names, but isn't.
    
           The $SESSION_MANAGER environment variable should be passed, but  isn't.
    
           X11 authority information is passed for the current display.
    
           ICE  authority  information should be passed, but isn't.  It isn't com-
    
    
    

    SEE ALSO

           rstartd(1), rsh(1), A Flexible Remote Execution Protocol Based on rsh
    
    
    

    AUTHOR

           Jordan Brown, Quarterdeck Office Systems
    
    
    

    X Version 11 rstart 1.0.4 RSTART(1)

    
    
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