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Old 09-25-2003, 03:19 PM   #1
Registered: Aug 2003
Location: Romania
Distribution: Solaris 10
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blackbox-save session

How do I get to save the session in blackbox, to save my settings? I always have to re-add gkrellm,bbtime bbkeys and stuff ... after I restart the computer. And it's getting kind of irritating.

i have edit my .xinitrc file in my home dir but its not working ... :<
vim .xinitrc
konsole &
bbkeys -geom top &
klipper &
gkrellm -w &
kmail &
netbeat-kmail &
opera &
exec blackbox
i must say that im using the grafical login (cause there are other users that are using this pc with KDE) .... maybe i should edit the /etc/X11/gdm/Sessions/Blackbox file or?

pls help me out ... 10q


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