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Old 11-09-2008, 05:00 PM   #1
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make sure start up script starts after xorg has


Hi all
is there a way I can make sure a start up script starts after xorg has?
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GDM used to have Pre/Session/Post stuff in /etx/X11 you could add scripts to but I don't see that anymore. If you have /etc/xdg/autostart/ you could drop a .desktop file there, else there's personal resource files like ~/.xinitrc, else there's DE-specific startup options or else you could hack /usr/bin/startx but that's kinda kludgy and inefficient wrt updating?..
 
  


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