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Had the same problem phone just shows bq icon and doesnt boot. Left it all night and let the battery go flat. Re charged from USB and it booted OK, will however get sorted via link and upgrade software if it occurs again.


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Sounds like a session problem. Firefox can restore sessions with each start. So you might want to try this. You don't say which version it is so I'll give an answer how it can be solved in the version I use. Go to: Options > General > When Firefox starts > change the option from “Show my windows and tabs from last time”. Now restart and the annoying tab ...


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Open up the /etc/rc.local with a text editor. Add the following line at the bottom before the exit 0 line. /bin/sh /path/to/file.sh Save, exit, reboot. Try it out.


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Gnome and other DEs startup things use the .desktop files in ~/.config/autostart and /etc/xdg/autostart to know what to start. A basic solution would be to examine these files and see what commands are executed, then manually add it to the config: grep -r Exec /etc/xdg/autostart/ Note this includes ones that are disabled (by OnlyShowIn, ...


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This is a bug in AbiWord associated with upgrade to Ubuntu 15.04. Resolved by removing AbiCollab.service as follows: sudo rm -f /usr/share/dbus-1/services/org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Client.AbiCollab.service For full discussion about the issue, use this link: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/abiword/+bug/1432271


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The standard location for a script that must run at login is /etc/profile. It will then run for every user (once) when they log in. The user never gets to see the output of the script, it is logged If it is only for a specific user, it should be added to .profile in their home directory. With login I mean when you enter your username and password. Any ...


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Have you ever checked these folders? /etc/xdg/autostart ~/.config/autostart I had same problem with skylync IM. You can also check package contents and see what files it will install.


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Note: Power Limit Notification is a feature that was added to the Sandy Bridge processors from Intel. The notification does not indicate a problem, and should not be reported as a Critical-level message. The occurrence of the power limit notification is routine, and the system should not be reporting the messages. They can be ignored. ...


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You can delay one of the startup applications by adding -p 10 after their entry in the list. This will cause a 10 second delay before it starts. Change the value to get the result you need.


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As rossouwap's answer is not working any more on Gnome 3.14+ now you should type Alt + F2 then run gnome-tweak-tool on the dialog and then look for the tab Startup Applications.


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I had the same error message and the same emptyness in the log files. In my config-file (my.cnf) I had specified that I wanted to use myisam tables, by adding this line in the [mysqld]-section: default-table-type = myisam After upgrading mysql it seems this causes mysql not to start. I have changed this to: default-storage-engine = myisam and now ...


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Thanks to all, it turned out after I tried to remove the settings of rc.d scripts on /etc/init.d I repeat still could not, finally I tried to reinstall the OS, I run the startup script successfully Thank for all solutions to me .


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Here you go: #! /bin/sh ### BEGIN INIT INFO # Provides: rc.local # Required-Start: $all # Required-Stop: # Default-Start: 2 3 4 5 # Default-Stop: # Short-Description: Run /etc/rc.local if it exist ### END INIT INFO PATH=/sbin:/usr/sbin:/bin:/usr/bin . /lib/init/vars.sh . /lib/lsb/init-functions do_start() { if [ -x /etc/rc.local ]; ...


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Startup scripts, related to keyboard- or touchpad settings, or include wmctrl or xrandr commands often need "a little break" before running. If they run too early, before the desktop is fully loaded, they either break or "miss their target". To solve that, you need to add: /bin/bash -c "sleep 10 && /home/myuser/myscript.sh" to your startup ...



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