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Clay Weber clay at claydoh.com
Sun Jun 30 19:33:16 UTC 2013


On Sunday, June 30, 2013 06:56:35 PM kbun at xpresso.seaslug.org wrote:
> Date: Sun, 30 Jun 2013 11:56:34 -0700 (PDT)
> From: Bill Vance <kbun at xpresso.seaslug.org>
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> Subject: Auto Starting
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> 
> Howdy;
> 
> I'm running 12.04 now, but somewhere between kubuntu 6 or 7
>   and now, I recall seeing occaissional reference to a
> directory in which you could put stuff, and have the system
> automatically run it in the background when it booted up.
> 
> Now that I'm looking for it, it has of course, completely
> vanished.  "locate auto|less", reveals several gigabytes
> worth of stuff, all apperently application specific.
> 
> Is something like what I'm looking for still around, or is
> my memory playing tricks?
> 
> Bill

~/.config/autostart perhaps? This will start something during logging in, after 
booting. 

You can add programs or scripts using a gui in System Settings >> Startup and 
Shutdown. The added items can be disabled/enabled from there as well.

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Clay Weber (claydoh)
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