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    Default Synergy auto start as service?

    Hello,

    What would be the best way to get Syngery to auto start when Linux boots up to the desktop?

    Im kind of tired of plugging in my keyboard each time I restart SuSE to start the Synergy program each time!

    Thanks in advance!

    P.S. The command I run is synergyc -n my-comp 10.0.0.12

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    Default Re: Synergy auto start as service?

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    Computer: Control Center: Sessions

    Add a new session and post in your command. This will be specific to your
    user logging in.

    Good luck.





    nowt835 wrote:
    > Hello,
    >
    > What would be the best way to get Syngery to auto start when Linux
    > boots up to the desktop?
    >
    > Im kind of tired of plugging in my keyboard each time I restart SuSE to
    > start the Synergy program each time!
    >
    > Thanks in advance!
    >
    > P.S. The command I run is *synergyc -n my-comp 10.0.0.12*
    >
    >

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    Default Re: Synergy auto start as service?

    Thanks for the reply, but I dont see a "Sessions" option in YaST anywhere. Please could you point me in the right direction?

    Thank you!

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    Default Re: Synergy auto start as service?

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    Did you go into the Control Center or into Yast from there? I'm using
    SLED 11 and not OpenSUSE so I guess it could be slightly different but I'm
    fairly sure it is still called Sessions in opensuse.

    Good luck.





    nowt835 wrote:
    > Thanks for the reply, but I dont see a "Sessions" option in YaST
    > anywhere. Please could you point me in the right direction?
    >
    > Thank you!
    >
    >

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    Default Re: Synergy auto start as service?

    Quote Originally Posted by ab@novell.com View Post
    Computer: Control Center: Sessions

    Add a new session and post in your command. This will be specific to your
    user logging in.
    I didn't find this in my system
    (I suppose this method is for Gnome),
    so I'll post my method for KDE:

    1) Open Autostart folder
    ~/.kde/Autostart - for KDE 3
    ~/.kde4/Autostart - for KDE 4

    2) Make text file (you can give it *.sh for convenience)
    and type your command there

    3) Make file executable

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    Default Re: Synergy auto start as service?

    Quote Originally Posted by ab@novell.com
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    Did you go into the Control Center or into Yast from there? I'm using
    SLED 11 and not OpenSUSE so I guess it could be slightly different but
    I'm fairly sure it is still called Sessions in opensuse.

    Good luck.
    Hi
    It's the same ab

    @OP, it's not YaST but Control Center they are two different things
    in the menu

    If you can't find it you can always press alt+F2 then enter
    gnome-control-center

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  7. #7

    Default Re: Synergy auto start as service?

    Quote Originally Posted by seld View Post
    I didn't find this in my system
    (I suppose this method is for Gnome),
    so I'll post my method for KDE:

    1) Open Autostart folder
    ~/.kde/Autostart - for KDE 3
    ~/.kde4/Autostart - for KDE 4

    2) Make text file (you can give it *.sh for convenience)
    and type your command there

    3) Make file executable
    You're a star mate - that works perfectly! Welcome to super easy windows-linux cross mouse/keyboard support

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