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Version: 330633 (ubuntu - 24/10/10)

Section: 1 (Commandes utilisateur)


g.gui - Launches a GRASS graphical user interface (GUI) session.


general, gui


g.gui help
g.gui [-un] [gui=string] [workspace=name] [--verbose] [--quiet]



Update default GUI setting

Do not launch GUI after updating the default GUI setting

Verbose module output

Quiet module output



GUI type
Default value: GRASS_GUI if defined otherwise tcltk
Options: tcltk,oldtcltk,wxpython,text
tcltk: Tcl/Tk based GUI - GIS Manager (gis.m)
oldtcltk: Old Tcl/Tk based GUI - Display Manager (d.m)
wxpython: wxPython based next generation GUI
text: command line interface only

Name of workspace file


This program allows user to start a selected graphical user interface (GUI) from the command line prompt.

Currently three different GUIs are supported:

tcltk - Current Tcl/Tk based GUI aka the gis.m GIS Manager
oldtcltk - Old Tcl/Tk based GUI aka the d.m Display Manager
wxpython - New wxPython based GUI aka wxGUI
If the -u update flag is given or the g.gisenv GRASS_GUI variable is missing, then the GRASS_GUI variable is permanently changed and the selected GUI will be used as the default UI from then on.


Valid values for GRASS_GUI are text, tcltk, oldtcltk, and wxpython. g.gisenv variables are stored in the user's home directory in a hidden file called ".grassrc6". They are not shell environment variables and the "rc" file is not a classic UNIX run command file, it just contains persistent GRASS variables and is not executed.


wxPython based new generation GUI, wxGUI wiki-page
Tcl/Tk based GIS Manager (gis.m),
Tcl/Tk based Display Manager (d.m),
GRASS variables list


Martin Landa, FBK-irst, Trento, Italy
Hamish Bowman, Otago University, Dunedin, New Zealand (fine tuning)

$Date: 2008-02-14 21:51:06 +0100 (gio, 14 feb 2008) $

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