Miscellaneous statements

The statement

bell on|off

lets the XposeXrecord proxy pass the audible bell X11 request to the controlled X Window (default) or not. This allows to run a virtual proxy silently.

X Window clients may ask for the identity (vendor string) and version number (vendor release number) of the X Window server. The statements

vendorString none|same|vendor_string
vendorReleaseNumber none|same|vendor_release_number

specify the values to be returned to the clients. The value same lets the xposexrecord program pass on the values of the X Window server unmodified, with the default value of none the vendor string


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and the vendor release number  81 are returned.

The statement

glxVendorString none|same|vendor_string

specifies the identifying string to return for the GLX (OpenGL) implementation (GLX_VENDOR). The value same lets the xposexrecord program pass on the value of the X Window server unmodified, with the default value of none the vendor string

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is returned.

The statement

nice nice_value

changes the relative priority of the xposexrecord process. A negative nice_value from -1 to -20 increases the priority, a positive nice_value from 1 to 20 lowers the priority, the default value is 0.

The statement

numberOfThreads number_of_threads

specifies how many working threads the XposeXrecord proxy should use. The default value of 4 is reasonable even on machines with only one single-core-processor.

The destination of error messages and warnings may be specified by the statement

logDestination -|stdout|stderr|syslog|file_name

If file_name ends with .html or .htm, the messages are output in HTML format, else in plain text format. The default destination depends on the user executing the XposeXrecord proxy program and the display number (X Window Client-Verbindung): /var/opt/XSOXposeXrecord/logs/xposexrecord-user_name-display_number.log.

The statement

logTypes {[+|-]extensionDetails|[+|-]protocolErrors|none}...

configures a list (Lists) of additional logging output:

extensionDetails prints the names of all protocol extensions queried by the X Window clients.

protocolErrors traces X11 protocol errors.

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