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How to find commands for autostarting applications?

There are two applications I want autostarted, so I searched for it. However, the solutions only tell you how to do it, but not what to put in commands. I use Ubuntu 13.10 and want Thunderbird and ...
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1answer
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How do I prevent 18 screensaver windows from opening? [closed]

When I login to KDE, ~18 kdeasciiquarium.kss processes run, each in a separate window. That's my screensaver, but why is it starting in a window, and why do 18 of them run? This began happening after ...
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Guake does not start automatically [duplicate]

How can I make Guake start on boot? Guake is installed and works fine via manual startup (typing guake in a terminal works e.g). When I press Super and type "Startup Applications" Guake is there, ...
2
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2answers
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How to launch terminal on login

How could I get the terminal to be launched once I have logged in, so that typing commands is much simpler?
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1answer
1k views

How do I restore deleted rc.local file?

I have recently inserted some strings into a script to be loaded on startup through /etc/rc.local. One of them was: xbacklight -set 50. This led to Ubuntu refusing to go past login screen so I was ...
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1answer
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Application autostart after system boot for a random interval

Reading 'sleep' mans and googling haven't provide any useful information. I want to run Pidgin after Ubuntu boots, but after some time left. For example, logon is passed, and after interval for 1 to ...
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How do I start a program automatically when I boot? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to start applications at startup automatically? I am using Ubuntu 12.04 and I always have to start for example Yakuake by myself. How can I start the program ...
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3answers
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Starting a background application automatically on boot

I can run the following command in a terminal sudo /usr/sbin/archttp64 81 which is a management console for the RAID controller on this machine. Then I can run Firefox and use the address: ...
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How do I start an application as a service?

So I would like a couple of applications to run as services when the machine reboots without the need to login, is this possible? Applications are: Thunderbird Mail xChat IRC This way my email ...