Save Gnome session not what I thought

Richard Crossland richi.xland at googlemail.com
Tue Jun 2 16:23:52 UTC 2009


I think the easiest way to accomplish something similar to this would
be to use hibernation.

On Tue, Jun 2, 2009 at 5:16 PM, Dave M G <martin at autotelic.com> wrote:
> Ubuntu Users,
>
> I thought that if I checked the option to save session when shutting
> down the computer, in System -> Preferences -> Sessions, that all my
> running applications would return when I started up. But only some
> things, like some open terminals and FireFox are there when I boot.
>
> Perhaps "sessions" are not what I'm after.
>
> I have Compiz, and 4 desktops. I like to have different programs on
> different desktops. For example, I have Thunderbird on Desktop one,
> Amarok on Desktop two...
>
> I'd like to save a particular configuration so that when I boot up, all
> those programs are already there, in the place that I like them.
>
> Is this possible?
>
> Thank you for any advice.
>
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> Dave M G
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