Re: How to auto start Firestarter?
lmyho <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I have firestarter installed. However it doesn't automatically start at system
> boot until I manually start it as root after login as reguler user.
> Following the instruction in FAQ, I modified the sudoers file, and added this line
> (for regular user jack) into it:
> jack ALL=NOPASSWD: /usr/sbin/firestarter, and then added the line: sudo firestarter
> --start-hidden into the GNOME Preferences->Sessions->Startup Programs.
> But it didn't work, the firestarter still doesn't load when the system boot and jack
> Then I changed the line in sudoers to: jack ALL=NOPASSWD: /etc/init.d/firestarter
> start, and changed the line in GNOME Preferences->Sessions->Startup Programs to:
> sudo /etc/init.d/firestarter start, too.
> But the firestarter still doesn't auto start at the system boot!
> How can I make it auto start at system boot, or the start of GNOME?
> What have I done wrong?
> I have GNOME and KDE installed, but the desktop manager is gdm.
> Any advice and comment are highly appreciated!
I have firestarter installed, but don't remember doing anything special
to make it start automatically. Two questions:
1. What release are you using? (stable|testing|unstable)
2. How do you tell it's not started?
If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough.