New answers tagged autostart
Sadly workrave doesn't have such option. You should find out where you put the autostart and disable it (or just remember that you have it): OPTIONS Workrave does not take any options besides the standard GNOME options. (workrave man)
The solution was to run sudo update-rc.d jenkins disable It removes /etc/init links to /etc/init.d/ that are responsible for running services for chosen levels (which stand for after reboot, after user session open, etc). After reboot jenkins will not start - and this is what I wanted.
Turns out I had a ubuntu-launch.desktop file in my ~/.config/autostart that specified the entry as hidden, overwriting the global file in /etc/xdg/autostart. I removed this file. Afterwards I could disable Ubuntu One in gnome-session-properties as expected.
There are several ways of doing it. In kubuntu/kde, go to directory ~/.kde4/Autostart (or more likely it is ~/.kde/Autostart) and create a symlink from /path/to/CopyAgent to ~/.kde/Autostart/CopyAgent I do not know about Xubuntu, but regardless of whatever the desktop environment, this can be achieved too by creating a symlink from /path/to/CopyAgent to ...
here is a guide that helped me a lot. http://www.linuxplained.com/install-couchpotato-v2-on-ubuntu/
For Lubuntu 13.10 ~/.config/autostart trick does not work in Lubuntu 13.10, but commands which are put in ~/.config/lxsession/Lubuntu/autostart file will be run automatically after login. Read more about it in this Ubuntu Forums post. If you want to do it graphically, go to Preferences/Default applications for LX Session, then select the Autostart tab.
Probably you don't need a script but a cron job that runs the command. Type sudo crontab -e, then append the following: 0 * * * * service teamviewerd restart This will run the command each hour sharp, so you may want to modify it or be pending because you will be disconnected. You may also want to know why teamviewer disconnects, so a peek to the logfiles ...
I believe what you are looking for is a terminal utility called wmctrl It is not installed in Ubuntu by default but it can be found in the repositories: sudo apt-get install wmctrl You can use it to perform a number of operations - in your case it can move a window to a specific desktop after it has launched. firefox & wmctrl -r :ACTIVE: -t 2 The ...
Top 50 recent answers are included