Specifically: I think I need the terminal to open and have './vert/vertcoin-qt' entered into the Terminal for the program to start.
I have a crypto coin wallet I'd like to open up at startup.
I can start up the wallet manually with no issue by opening a Terminal window and typing...
I tried putting the code below into a file called 'wallet.sh',
#!/bin/bash gnome-terminal -e ./vert/vertcoin-qt
I gave the .sh file permissions with...
chmod o+r wallet.sh
Then I put the path to the wallet.sh file in the 'Startup Applications' launcher.
When I do a restart I get the 'loading' screen for the wallet but also a message that says...
Cannot obtain a lock on the data directory /home/eagle/.vertcoin. Vertcoin Core is probably already running.
After the computer has started up like this nothing I do starts the wallet unless I disable the startup task and do a restart.
I've tried launching just the wallet's vertcoin-qt program from the Startup Applications program with no results.