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#!/bin/sh
#
# ~/.xsession
#
# Sourced by display managers
#
# Load Xresources
[ -f ~/.config/Xresources/main ] && xrdb -I"$HOME" ~/.config/Xresources/main
# Disable the bell
xset b off
# Folders to search for desktop environments (DE) in
sessions_dirs="/usr/share/xsessions"
# If we have locally installed DE try them before system ones
sessions_dir_local="$HOME/.local/share/xsessions"
if [ -d "$sessions_dir_local" ]
then
sessions_dirs="$sessions_dir_local $sessions_dirs"
fi
# If we have junest installed DE try them before all others
sessions_dir_junest="$HOME/.local/share/xsessions"
if [ -d "$sessions_dir_junest" ]
then
sessions_dirs="$sessions_dir_junest $sessions_dirs"
fi
startSession() {
session_dir="$1"
session_name="$2"
session_file="${session_dir}/${session_name}.desktop"
executable="$(grep ^Exec= "$session_file" | cut -d'=' -f2)"
# TODO Does this work with parameters?
# gnome-classic might need some
# If this is a Junest DE, we need to wrap it
if [ "$sessions_dir" = "$sessions_dir_junest" ]
then
# Some DMs enforce that to you,
# which shows warning on Junest
unset LD_PRELOAD
# The intended way:
# exec ~/.local/bin/junest "$executable" $parameters
# Too restricted to the outside (e.g. Yubikey isn't accessible)
# The custom way
exec ~/.local/bin/junest --backend-args "--dev-bind /run /run" "$executable" $parameters
# The fallback wrappers way
# export PATH="$PATH:~/.junest/usr/bin_wrappers"
# exec "$executable" $parameters
# Should work but doesn't, I forgot why
# The "I do what I want" way
#exec bwrap --bind $HOME/.junest / --bind $HOME $HOME --bind /tmp /tmp --proc /proc --dev-bind /dev /dev --dev-bind /run /run "$executable" $parameters
# Even Alacritty doesn't work here
fi
exec "$executable" $parameters
}
trySession() { # session_name
session_name="$1"
for sessions_dir in $sessions_dirs
do
session_file="$sessions_dir/${session_name}.desktop"
if [ -f "$session_file" ]
then
startSession "$sessions_dir" "$session_name"
fi
done
}
if [ -n "$1" ]
then
trySession "$1"
fi
trySession i3
trySession xfce4
trySession mate
trySession plasma
trySession gnome
trySession kde
# If we found nothing by then,
# I guess it's up to the DM to default to something