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$HOME/.config/autostart This location contains startup application list. .desktop file can be put here which will be executed on startup. Sample example for .desktop file: Putting following .desktop file in $HOME/.config/autostart and given chmod +x: [Desktop Entry] Type=Application Exec="</path/to/script>" Hidden=false NoDisplay=false ...


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I'm new to Ubuntu, was running Mandrake/Mandriva for over 10yrs. From what I just found the simple solution if you want it to start after a logout/login or boot is to go to 'show applications > Startup Applications > Add > then add xscreensaver as the command. If I misread the question I apologize.


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xfce4-power-manager not started, applet not visible Delete > Desktop configuration file: /etc/xdg/autostart/xfce4-power-manager.desktop Settings Manager / Session and Startup / Startup Applications Item disabled: Energy Management (power Management Xfce environment) New item enabled with new command: Mame: Xfce Power Manager (For ...


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You are making your life too difficult. All I had to do: dash search for "startup applications". Regarding auto-start see: http://askubuntu.com/a/196853/15811 system Menu > Preferences > Startup Applications This is Ubuntu prior to Unity so VERY old.


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Try add command to rc.local file with nano or gedit. It runs commands, when startup process was ended. Do nothing by default. You can find it in /etc/rc.local


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Remove previous saved session (with GUI): Press "Clear saved session"


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I had a similar problem in Xfce as well where goldendict kept opening on startup. In order to solve this, you go to session and startup on settings and go to the application autostart tab. Then go to add, and make the name and description whatever you would like. Under command put killall (program name). Add this for whatever programs you don't want on ...


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You say: I have LXC_AUTO="false" as required inside /etc/default/lxc That specifically tells the upstart job NOT to start any container. Just don't set it or set it to true and you'll notice containers starting at boot time.


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I think dropbox fires up earlier than unity. Make a costum launcher in startup applications like sh -c "sleep 45 && dropbox start -i" It should work



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