KDE On C6.5: Start A Program From Command Line On A Specific Screen

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I’d like to start from konsole a virt-viewer to vm1 on screen vga1 and another virt-viewer to vm2 on screen lvds1.

Anyone knows if this is possible with KDE on a CentOS 6.5?

Thanks Patrick

3 thoughts on - KDE On C6.5: Start A Program From Command Line On A Specific Screen

  • In KDE you can force the position, size, fullscreen etc based on the window properties: class title, etc. you can access the options by clicking right mouse button on the window title and selecting “Advanced->Special Window Settings…”

    you can memorize the positioning for your windows one in screen 0 and the other in screen
    1 and after that start the virt-viewer with the -f option to force full screen – each window will go fullscreen in it’s screen

    Lec

  • op 30-04-14 15:09, schreef Alexandru Chiscan:

    Great, I thought it would take the same position for every virt-viewer but it remembers the vm too. Thanks a lot Patrick

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