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Old 10-30-2011, 03:36 PM   #1
OrangeShoes
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HPLIP No System Tray Detected


I found this solution to a problem I have:

"The bug did not go away for me either, but I noticed that in the Startup menu, the command line is this:

sh -c "sleep 15; exec hp-systray"

I changed 15 to 45, and ever since no error message at startup."

Where can I find this line?

I'd like to try editing it to say "sleep 45" and see if the problem of seeing "No system tray detected on this system. Unable to start, exiting" every time I boot up will go away. I suppose I'd use gedit, but what exactly do I want to edit?
 
  


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