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An X11 client is storing context data on the X server side. All of it is lost when the server is restarted so there is no way I'm aware of to simply "replug" the client to another server instance.

Should you really want to be able to recover a X11 client after your X11 server has restarted, you would need to first run the client through an intermediary X11 "proxy" server like VNC, Xpra, NX or commercial like Oracle SGD, Citrix and the likes.

An X11 client is storing context data on the X server side. All of it is lost when the server is restarted so there is no way I'm aware of to simply "replug" the client to another server instance.

An X11 client is storing context data on the X server side. All of it is lost when the server is restarted so there is no way I'm aware of to simply "replug" the client to another server instance.

Should you really want to be able to recover a X11 client after your X11 server has restarted, you would need to first run the client through an intermediary X11 "proxy" server like VNC, Xpra, NX or commercial like Oracle SGD, Citrix and the likes.

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An X11 client is storing context data on the X server side. All of it is lost when the server is restarted so there is no way I'm aware of to simply "replug" the client to another server instance.