Re: Spawning at Login
On Fri, 2002-09-20 at 01:31, Adam Bogacki wrote:
> Thanks Preben,
> On Thu, Sep 19, 2002 at 04:56:31PM +0200 or thereabouts, Preben Randhol wrote:
> > Adam Bogacki <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 19/09/2002 (16:05) :
> > >
> > > Hi,
> > > I find that I get 48 'xdaliclocks' and 14 'xvidtunes'
> > > opening up when I start a session in Gnome 1.4 ... at first
> > > it was amusing but I have not been able to stop this either
> > > by using the 'kill' or 'close' commands in task manager, or
> > > by closing each window individually.
> > First close all the programs. Then go to Settings on the top panel and
> I deleted the top panel for greater space on the screen ....
> where do I go to find (Panel) Settings => Session =>Session
> Properties => Startup Programs => 'Automatically store
> changes to session' ... etc ?
> Is there a file or text based solution ? Where are the
> session files kept ?
Virtually all of that menu is the Gnome Control Center - you want the
Session section of the tools within it, and then you should see
everything normal as you've used it thus far.
> > go to Sessions then choose Session Properties & Startup Programs. Then
> > disable the Automatically store changes to session and press OK. Now
> > close all programs but don't log-out. Then start the programs you want
> > to have started every time you login. Go to Settings and session and
> > choose Save current session. Now logout and then login again and see if
> > this helps.
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