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Try this:a) Open File Manager (Nautilus)b) View->Show Hidden Filesc) Browse to “home/.config/autostart” folderd) Drag Icon/App from Application Menu onto autostart folder
You can also type this command in the terminal:Code: [Select]gnome-session-properties
How and where is Nautilus file manager?
just "Add" an item -Name: FirefoxComment: Web BrowserCommand: firefoxor for one of your drives/partitionsName: Win-VideoComment: open WinvideoCommand: nautilus /media/Win-Video (or whatever the path is)You *may* find the command for nautilus to open a specific directory needs to be inside quotation marks, as in -Name: Win-VideoComment: open WinvideoCommand: "nautilus /media/Win-Video"
No .. open the "Statrtup Applications" dialog, like you have pictured in the first posting in this topic .. click "Add" and enter what I said.are you saying if you enter:Code: [Select]firefoxin a terminal it doesn't start firefox ?
Nope, I want it to automatically open on start-up like Thunderbird does
cp -v /usr/share/applications/firefox.desktop ~/.config/autostart/
The other option (as SeZo said) would have been to copy the firefox.deskto p file from /usr/share/applications to ~/.config/autostart .. as in:Code: [Select]cp -v /usr/share/applications/firefox.desktop ~/.config/autostart/Good luck with the script.
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