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xmodulo.com/start-program-automatically-linux-desktop.html

Dec 12, 2013 ... Sometimes you may want to launch a program automatically when you log in to your Linux desktop. Such start-up programs can conduct system-wide configuration (e.g., auto proxy) or user-specific desktop customization (e.g., Conky), at the time you log in to your desktop. Most Linux desktop environments ...

askubuntu.com/questions/48321/how-do-i-start-applications-automatically-on-login

Jun 12, 2011 ... Advanced users may want to put a .desktop file in ~/.config/autostart to run applications after a user login. This may ... Addition: Here is a sample that I use to autostart Guake - the Gnome version of Yakuake: Put this in .... See Dealing with Mouse and Touchpad Freezes in Linux for more info on this problem.

www.howtoforge.com/make-desktop-applications-start-automatically-gnome

How To Make Desktop Applications Start Automatically After Login (GNOME) You probably know this: you power on your machine, and immediately afte...

www.makeuseof.com/tag/start-applications-automatically-linux-boots

Nov 4, 2015 ... Are you manually loading applications each time you turn on your computer? Wouldn't you rather have them automatically load instead? Here's how to auto- start applications in Linux. Starting Applications at boot in Linux is fairly easy to do but the methods change depending on the distro and desktop ...

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Nov 29, 2006 ... So how do you automatically start or launch program when you login into your KDE desktop system? For example if you would like to start program called xawtv (to watch tv) and mozilla-thunderbird mail client program. This tip explains how to run programs to launch when you login into KDE or Gnome ...

wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/autostarting

Aug 7, 2017 ... This article links to various methods to launch scripts or applications automatically when some particular event is taking place, like system startup or shutdown, ... 5.1 X session startup; 5.2 Desktop entries; 5.3 GNOME; 5.4 KDE Plasma; 5.5 Xfce; 5.6 LXDE; 5.7 LXQt; 5.8 Fluxbox; 5.9 Openbox; 5.10 Awesome  ...

ask.fedoraproject.org/en/question/51395/how-to-start-a-program-automatic

Reboot, and it will autostart your script! Method 2: Use /etc/xdg/autostart (or /usr/ share/autostart). While using /etc/xdg/autostart (or /usr/share/autostart) keep in mind that your script will have to be a .desktop file. This can mean two things, make the a.desktop file execute the myscript.sh file or you can have ...

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Apr 27, 2010 ... http://www.paulbradley.org/22/ Hello, in my last video, I showed you how to install Google's Chrome web browser and today I am going to show you how to create a short-cut icon for Chrome on your desktop, and then demonstrate how-to set up your Linux system, so that it automatically loads Chrome when ...

developer.toradex.com/knowledge-base/how-to-autorun-application-at-the-start-up-in-linux

Graphical. You can start applications automatically when you login into your Window Manager or Desktop Environment. The lxsession session manager can start applications when the graphical environment is started. This can be achieved in two ways: - A lxsession specific way in which the entries in the files ...