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chrisb62

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is there a folder you can just throw scripts in that you want to run on startup...or a file of some kinda that you can edit to have scripts executed?

 

thx

 

Chris

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Hey there. I'm not exactly a newbie, but I am to gnome. There are two ways you can do this:

 

1) make sure the program is open and "save session" when you log out. This won't work for simple command line programs that aren't gnome aware, though.

 

2) Go to "Desktop Preferences" on the gnome menu and click "Sessions" That will bring up the sessions manager. you can then click on the third tab which is called "Startup Programms." You can start up anything from there.

 

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Depending on what scripts you want to run and what not, you can put it in your localstart I believe...but that may not be the most common or correct way, it's just one of my ways.

Daum

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