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I want to start some applications when I turn on my computer.

For example, open Sublime in workspace 1 and Chrome in workspace 2 and so on.

I know how to use startup applications in Ubuntu but I have no idea about open them in different workspaces.

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Try gDevilspie

gDevilspie is a graphical front-end for editing the Devilspie configuration file which allows you to run a particular application within a particular way.

Install gdevilspie : sudo apt-get install gdevilspie

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