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    Default How to set Autostart in GNOME Opensuse 10.2

    In KDE4 We can set one script(For example: /usr/bin/ddd)in /home/username/.kde/Autostart, to auto-start ddd program when we boot the computer.
    Now I want to know how to get the same function in GNOME.

    ---------------Thanks in advance

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    Default Re: How to set Autostart in GNOME Opensuse 10.2

    Quote Originally Posted by shuang0123
    In KDE4 We can set one script(For example: /usr/bin/ddd)in
    /home/username/.kde/Autostart, to auto-start ddd program when we boot
    the computer.
    Now I want to know how to get the same function in GNOME.

    ---------------Thanks in advance
    Hi
    Either right-click on the item in the slab menu and select add to
    startup programs, else via the control center -> system -> sessions to
    add manually.

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    Thumbs up Re: How to set Autostart in GNOME Opensuse 10.2

    Perfect! thanks a lot

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    Default Re: How to set Autostart in GNOME Opensuse 10.2

    Quote Originally Posted by shuang0123
    Perfect! thanks a lot
    Hi
    Your welcome, enjoy

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