Start a Client
Reflection X Advantage provides a variety of ways to start your X client applications or XDMCP desktop connections.
A session must be running before a client application can be displayed. You can associate a default session definition with each of your X client applications, or configure these definitions to prompt you for a session name when you start the client. If the associated session is not already running, Reflection X Advantage starts the session when you start the client. It is also possible to start a session directly, without first starting a client. This may be useful if you start your clients directly from a terminal session.
To start a client manually
To start a client automatically when you start X Manager or X Manager for Domains
To start clients using a desktop shortcut
This option is available if you are running on a Windows system.
To attach a client to an already running session
This option is available for definitions under X Clients. You cannot start XDMCP connections this way.
To start clients from the command line
There are a number of options for starting clients from a command line. The following examples start a client called myclient and its associated session without showing the Reflection X Advantage user interface. For additional information about command line options, see rxmgr (for the standalone X Manager) and rxmgrdomains (for X Manager for Domains).