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Old 04-21-2002, 02:41 PM   #1
Registered: Feb 2002
Distribution: slackware 8.1; redhat 7.2
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gnome startup programs

Hasn't always done this. Lately, when I start gnome, mail, browser, terminal, and gmc all open.the screen fills with windows that I don't want opening automatically.
RedHat 7.2, enlightenment 16....
I have: gone through the remember settings for enlightenment and none of these are there. Made sure the programs are closed when I shut down. Went through Gnome control center, startup programs...where I can specify, nothin is listed.

Where should Ii go? Delete the .gnome from my home directory and start over?

Anyone else have this happen?


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