d.mcglone at att.net
Mon Apr 28 21:15:23 UTC 2008
On Monday 28 April 2008 9:42:24 am Derek Broughton wrote:
> David McGlone wrote:
> > On Saturday 26 April 2008 6:36:41 am Willy Hamra wrote:
> >> i installed polipo, a cache program, and i want it to start at startup
> > One way you could do it is put it in your startup folder in /home.
> Not /home :-)
> $HOME - which is /home/$USER
> But I have a few comments about that, anyway.
> polipo should be automatically running out of /etc/init.d/, so you
> shouldn't need to do anything.
> I used polipo: now (as of last week) I'm using wwwoffle. Wwwoffle is
> _much_ better - it should run out of /etc/init.d/ too.
> And what startup folder is in your home directory, anyway? Programs
> started under kubuntu at user login to kde are in $HOME/.kde/Autostart.
Dang, You're right. I seriously had a brain fart here, I was thinking of M$'s
startup folder. It's sad but true, 99.9% of my time repairing computers is an
M$ system, the other .1% is my own linux system.
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