I'm using MicroOS with the Gnome desktop and SELinux enabled (as per the default settings in the installer).

I've installed Syncthing in a toolbox and am able to start syncthing after entering the toolbox, or by issuing toolbox -u syncthing or (toolbox run syncthing) from the host system. I've added a syncthing-start.desktop file to ~/.config/autostart/ folder as suggested in the Syncthing documentation (link https://docs.syncthing.net/users/autostart.html#linux), but Syncthing does not start automatically upon login.

I'm hoping that someone can point me in the right direction on how to do this correctly on MicroOS, and in general, how to set up autostart scripts on MicroOS. (My scripts in the ~/.config/autostart/ folder are not starting up during login either.)