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xrandr1 may be the solution you are looking for so that you don't need to log out/log in. From How to use xrandr: The old days where you had to restart X when plugging a new monitor are gone. With RandR 1.2, you can plug/unplug monitors whenever you want. Running the following line will query all outputs and enable them with their default mode: ...


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As indicated above, simply execute the command pkill -9 -f lxsession Note that examining the source of lxsession-logout, you will find there are no command line arguments you can pass it to bypass the menu. lxde-logut is simply a script which runs lxsession-logout. Since it seems as though you want a very quick way to logout, the pkill command listed ...


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I think you can just run this command to log out. $ pkill -SIGTERM -f lxsession Also if you go poking through the LXDE GitHub page there's a section at the end of this URL: https://github.com/lxde/lxsession. Excerpt ==== Log out === Simply executing this command: lxsession-logout This will give you a good-looking logout dialog. If gdm ...


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Well, it would be worth a try, so I thought I'd post it here: # find /root/.local/share -name '*.trashinfo' These are nasty critters. Personally, I encountered them when I started okteta (hex editor) in console mode and kio_trash flooded my terminal with lots of useless "info" about cannot stat: ... messages, i. e. not being able to find files (which I ...


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Just run lxsession. It will log out and should present the login screen for a new session.


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To get the key name, run the command xev and press the key you intend to use. As per xev, the key you are targeting is called "grave". Note that I had to use the key name instead of the number 0x60, although this should have worked according to the manual (maybe it only works in combination with modifier keys). xev output the following: KeyPress event, ...



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