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Old 04-01-2018, 11:28 AM   #1
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Failed to connect to the session manager: SESSION_MANAGER environment variable not defined


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Failed to connect to session manager: Failed to connect to the session manager: SESSION_MANAGER environment variable not defined 
Using O_TMPFILE
trying this to get the Session.
Code:
$ echo $SESSION_MANAGER
comes up blank. Using startx in slack to start WindowMaker. Setting an Image to the desktop using Xlib, and imlib2 gets me using that 0_TMPFILE in the code I am using. Stripped off some other code I am using that is using the same code. I just striped it down to the basics of init the image stuff, set the image with a filename, then display it on the desktop. removing all of the imlib2 function calls to set the image to tile and such, it is just a standard blend image into image then display it to the desktop.

if it is not registering a session manager because it is not actually using one, its using xinit. so I am baffled at this point to why it is using O_TMPFILE , and for what specifically? the image, the pixmap, what?

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