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I have recently installed Ubuntu 13.04 from scratch and configured two accounts in the account manager and gave permission to Empathy to access them.

After a reboot, Empathy won't autostart so I have to start it manually from Unity chat applet, Empathy option.

After starting EMpathy, everything works as expected, and I can chat with my friends.

I need Empathy to autostart at logon

How can I solve this?

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If you are using Unity, just search 'Startup Applications' in the Dash and add Empathy to the list

(this command is empathy)

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Ooohh, man, the old school tools! will try. –  razor7 May 9 '13 at 15:10
    
in the command field I simply put empathy and I'm happy again!. It would be great that Ubuntu have an option in system configuration window to manage this! –  razor7 May 9 '13 at 15:20
    
you can create a custom .desktop file in /usr/share/applications that adds a link to the control panel. Did that once with the cinnamon Control Panel –  BeryJu May 9 '13 at 15:25

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