I have a host that's running *only* X, with no Desktop Environment (DE) or Window Manager (WM). It's only a ultra-skinny X box, to support a lean media centre.
I basically `xinit` XBMC to start at boot (via a combination of startup configs/scripts), and I've created a simple bash script that I invoke from within XBMC to run GMPC as my MPD client.
It starts up fine, but only occupies about quater of my screen, and I can resize it using my mouse, but I'm having a *lot* of difficulty to resize the window using any other means.
I've looked at wmctl, but since there's not WM, that's a bust.
I've tried using the "-geometry" argument provided by Xorg, but the CLI's stdout returns:
I've tried to make use of xdotool & xwit, but it doesn't seem to have any effect. (although this seems the right way to go about this)Code:** ERROR **: Failed to parse commandline options: Unknown option -geometry
Could be that I'm using the wrong syntax, but I'm not getting any errors
Does anyone have any insight info how I can grab, focus & resize/maximize a particular (arbitrary/GTK) window using only the CLI, with no intervention from input devices, such as a keyboard or mouse?