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Re: Starting non-KDE applications on all desktops



On Mon, May 21, 2001 at 05:22:06PM +0200, Stephan Jaensch wrote:
 
> I want to have gkrellm on all desktops on startup by default, but KDE
> doesn't seem to remember it altough I set it in the context menu. I
> remember there is an option to kdeinit to set this but I couldn't find
> any documentation on it.  Can anybody help me on this one?

you can use "kstart" to start a non-KDE app on all desktops (and with many
other settings). I think the KDE session management remembers that.
 

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