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I want to AutoStart the kdeblutooth4 app. and put the Icon in the Tray each time I login to my KDE Desktop . So as to get my bluetooth mouse to work, I know how to get the mouse started after login, but first I have to get kdebluetooth Icon to AutoStart into Panel Tray.
I know how to goto Menu and click onto kdebluetooth4, before someone jumps on that one.
K--->Computer--->System Settings-->Click on "Advanced"--->There could be a button with wrote on "Autostart" or something of similar(I've got an Italian KDE.). Once there click on "Add program" or "Add script"...Let me know Any way, the terminal way is also right, and it's faster and more professional and more linux way
Solved- Starting Applications in KDE-4.2 after Login
with Konqueror I went into /home/user/.kde/Autostart/bluetooth.sh, made the text file bluetooth.sh, and edited it.
And I had to do a su and chmod +x /home/user/.kde/Autostart/kbluetooth.sh
Restarted KDE and it put the bluetooth Icon in Tray and enabled my bluetooth mouse.
Like I said doing it on the command is a Hell-of-Alot easier.
There wasn't any need to make a normal script which links to executable, you could create a direct link from the executable to ~/.kde/Autostart just typing:
ln -s /usr/bin/kbluetooth4 ~/.kde/Autostart
I did it with compiz when I had KDE3.5.10. However, things are the same between a very basic bash script which runs the kbluetooth4 command and the making of a link which links the executable in ~/.kde/Autostart.