Re: Graphical app on startup
- From: David Baron <d_baron@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 05 Apr 2012 15:20:20 +0300
I would like to get that a graphical application developed in Java
runs on startup of a Debian machine, if is possible without menu,
without login panel and without system messages. Obviously without
Depends. Java+GUI programs are usually designed to operate with a
graphical interface only. Being able to use them from the command line,
on OS startup for example, depends on how the program is written.
I hope your help because I don't know if this is possible to do in
Linux Debian. I know that in Windows is possible but is more expensive
than to do it in Linux (Licenses).
If it's possible under Windows, it's probably possible under linux
(debian or not debian). You need to check the command line options of
I think they call it Android :-)
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