When scosession is started, the
/usr/lib/X11/sco/ScoSession/startup script is
read. This file sets up your Graphical Environment session.
In particular, it:
loads resources located in files in /usr/lib/X11/sco/startup
into the resource database, using the xrdb command.
The script also loads resources stored in the file
(For information on resources and the resource database, see
These resources reside in the server and determine the
basic appearance and behavior of many of the clients you run.
restores any state information from your previous session,
including mouse acceleration, threshold,
mouse double-click interval,
and left- or right-handed button mapping preferences.
This information is determined by files located in
reads the file $HOME/.odtpref/ScoSession/dynamic
if you resume a previous session or
if you select the default session,
and starts all of the specified clients.
If neither of these files are
located, scosession runs the clients
indicated in /usr/lib/X11/sco/ScoSession/static.
These files indicate not only the clients to run,
but any special command line options used to start
the applications, their geometry (size and location on
the screen), the host machine from which the client
can be accessed, and whether or not the client should
be run in an iconified or normal state.
starts the window manager client that is specified by
the ScoSession*windowManager resource. By default,
the SCO Panner window manager, an enhanced version of
the OSF/Motif window manager, is run.
for more information on resource specifications.
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SCO OpenServer Release 6.0.0 -- 26 May 2005