node-headless makes it easy to start and use Xvfb in node. headless is inspired by xvfb-run - it searches for a free X display number and starts Xvfb on that.
var headless = ;;
headless also support an optional number to start searching from.
var headless = ;;
display: optional display parameters (
depth). If you want to specify
heightare required, but
depthis optional and defaults to 16.
args: an array of arbitrary additional Xvfb arguments
stdio: set the stdio of the spawned Xvfb process(es). Set this to
'inherit'to see Xvfb's stdout and stderr for debugging purposes.
var headless = ;var options =display: width: 1024 height: 980 depth: 32args: '-extension' 'RANDR'stdio: 'inherit';;
With npm, do:
npm install headless
If you're having problems with Xvfb-instances not getting killed correctly, and is running on a platform that the posix-module supports, install child-killer (
npm install child-killer) and headless will automatically use it.
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