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Old 01-27-2009, 10:44 AM
Johannes Wiedersich
Default Where to put unclutter command?

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Dotan Cohen wrote:
> Thanks. is there a more universal place, say, that would run if I were
> to log in with Gnome? I'll put the code in autostart, but I'd like to
> know a bit more about the .bash* files and if they could be used for
> this as well. Thanks.

In principle some .bash* file could be used as well. However, those are
executed whenever you open a shell (or login shell). I.e. it will be run
even if you log in from tty1 or via ssh; it will also run multiple
times, if you open multiple xterms, konsoles, etc. I don't know, if this
will be a problem for unclutter or not, but I think it's best to use the
'desktop way' for desktop usage.



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Old 01-27-2009, 11:35 AM
Jochen Schulz
Default Where to put unclutter command?

Dotan Cohen:
> I use KDE 3.5.10 and I want to run the unclutter command when I log
> in. I am not sure which file to put the command in, where should it
> go? Thanks.

Last time I looked, it was started automatically by some script in

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