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how to see startup applications? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I add/remove the “hidden” startup applications in Ubuntu 11.10 or later? There are basically no applications shown in Startup Applications program. Thus, I ...
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Hidden Startup Applications [duplicate]

I don't use things like Ubuntu One. How do I disable it from Startup Applications? I believe it is hidden by default along with some other apps.
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How can I remove an autostart service that is not listed in gnome-session-properties? [duplicate]

Today I upgraded from raring to saucy. This brought the Ubuntu One icon back to my indicator applet, which I had disabled. So I removed the line NoDiplay=true from /etc/xdg/autostart/ubuntuone-...
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My chromium decides to start up each time I boot up computer [duplicate]

After installing few games from humble bundle onto my computer, I noticed my Chromium web browser started to act funny by starting up without being clicked. I reinstalled it, but the issue is not ...
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How can remove software from Ubuntu startup? [duplicate]

When I start Ubuntu some software automatically starts with Ubuntu startup, for example Teamviewer. I don't want to start any software during startup except Ubuntu community software. Can Ubuntu have ...
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How can I make Shutter open at startup?

How can i make the application, Shutter (takes screenshots) open at startup? I know about sys > prefs > statup applications, but after I go to add what do I fill out the form with? Shutter isn't a ...
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Chrome Slow in 16.10 with multiple windows in different workspaces

To reproduce: open chrome, open a new window (ctrl-n), move that window to a different workspace, use chrome normally (i.e. open and close new tabs, type into omnibar). Google Chrome will behave ...
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Why is zero swap being used on my setup?

From the looks of the swaps proc; ubuntu:~$ cat /proc/swaps Filename Type Size Used Priority /dev/sdc2 partition 4104188 0 -1 ubuntu:~$ ...
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Startup Applications missing from System Settings screen. Where can I find it?

I have read related questions here, but my problem in 11.10 is: I have no "startup apps" item in "system setting" at all. How can I get it back?
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Manually Start Ubuntu One Daemon

I would like to be able to manually start and stop the Ubuntu One Daemon. However, I need to know: What is the name of the ubuntu one daemon ? Can I use update-rc.d (ubuntu one daemon) disable & ...
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How to remove “Ubuntu One” Unity indicator from the top panel in Ubuntu 12.04?

How to remove Ubuntu One Unity indicator from the top panel in Ubuntu 12.04? There isn't even a quit button. I checked in the startup apps an no Ubuntu One there.
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Software Updater poping up every day - is this common in Linux?

I am very new in Ubuntu. Every day - some days more than once - a Software Updater appears in my left side bar. Is this normal in linux? Do I really have every day to see this and restart my computer? ...
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Can “startup applications” be less cumbersome?

With this tip I saw there is a total of about 60 applications being launched by startup applications, and at the moment I have to sit back and wait about 45s while the desktop is unresponsive... ...
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Chrome automatically starts on boot while using xfce

As I said in title, when I boot my PC and after system loads, Chrome starts automatically. I checked in startup application, and I couldn't find Chrome entry. Can anyone tell me why Chrome starts ...
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Create startup terminal program

I would like Ubuntu to open up a terminal window and apply the following code upon login: xrandr --newmode "1280x1024_60.00" 109.00 1280 1368 1496 1712 1024 1027 1034 1063 -hsync +vsync xrandr --...

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