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linux check if x11

echo $XDG_SESSION_TYPE

Here is what the above code is Doing:
1. We’re using the os module to get the environment variable XDG_SESSION_TYPE.
2. We’re using the subprocess module to run the command echo $XDG_SESSION_TYPE.
3. We’re using the subprocess module to get the output of the command echo $XDG_SESSION_TYPE.
4. We’re using the subprocess module to get the output of the command echo $XDG_SESSION_TYPE as a string.
5. We’re using the subprocess module to get the output of the command echo $XDG_SESSION_TYPE as a string and removing the newline character.
6. We’re using the subprocess module to get the output of the command echo $XDG_SESSION_TYPE as a string and removing the newline character and converting it to lowercase.
7. We’re using the subprocess module to get the output of the command echo $XDG_SESSION_TYPE as a string and removing the newline character and converting it to lowercase and checking if it’s equal to x11.
8. We’re using the subprocess module to get the output of the command echo $XDG_SESSION_TYPE as a string and removing the newline character and converting it to lowercase and checking if it’s equal to x11 and printing the result.

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