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       keytouchd-launch - start keytouch-related daemons in background


       keytouchd-launch [ command [ args ... ] ]


       KeyTouch  needs  a  couple  of daemons to run in the background of an X
       session, in order to proccess  keystrokes.  This  daemons  need  to  be
       started  late in the session startup sequence, to allow them to pick up
       the proper environment.

       keytouchd-launch is meant to be run by the session startup scripts.  It
       starts  keytouch’s  daemons  in  the background, executes command then,
       upon exit, terminates the daemons. The expected use case is for  it  to
       be called in a sequence such as

       dbus-launch   --exit-with-session   keytouchd-launch   [actual  session

       In this example, the keytouch daemons will be able to pick up the  DBus
       environment  variables  set  by  dbus-launch  and thus be a part of the
       session’s bus.




       keytouch was written by Marvin Raaijmakers

       This manual page was written by Rodrigo Gallardo  <>
       for the Debian project (but may be used by others).

                                 may 30, 2007