Where are the scripts that launch apps on startup?
Derek Broughton wrote:
> Alan Dacey (grokit) wrote:
>> I've just switched email from Kmail to Thunderbird. Kontact still
>> launches when I boot and I want to replace it with Thunderbird. I have
>> looked on the forums, in rutebook, and google but I cannot find anything
>> on where these scripts live. I have a feeling I am using the wrong
>> search words. I have nothing about them in ~/.kde/Autostart Anyway,
>> can somebody point me in right direction? Using Hardy & KDE 3.5
> kontact/kmail doesn't launch on startup (except by putting it in
> Autostart) - it's merely a persistent KDE application, which means that it
> starts in your session whenever it was running when your last session was
> closed. So the question is, did you ever really close it? Clicking on
> the "X" (close window) icon does NOT stop kontact/kmail. You need to use
> the Quit option from the menu.
That's the ticket! I had to kill the kmail process, then uncheck 'restore previous session'.
I didn't even think about persistence but I will next time.
Thanks Willie and Derek!
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