Is there a way for saving a session in 11.04 ?
No, this feature was dropped: http://www.linux-archive.org/ubuntu-desktop/478109-gnome-session-saving-dropped-natty.html
There is a bug filed for this (so, someone might be willing at some point to restore the feature): https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bug/773688
But from my own experience, the feature was completely unpredictable: even the File Manager windows were not always restored and those restored were at different spaces/positions etc.
This setting is still available in the configuration editor. (Open dash, type
Now, you need to navigate to
When you autosave your session, you do not have to do anything afterwords (like loading a session file in nautilus). It will automatically save the programs you have running as startup applications.
protected by RolandiXor♦ Sep 20 '11 at 14:16
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