Re: Program launch at startup
- From: Stefano Sabatini <stefano.sabatini-lala@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2007 18:10:38 +0100
On date Tuesday 2007-12-11 17:28:30 +0100, Stefano Sabatini gnomed:
On date Tuesday 2007-12-11 16:48:30 +0100, Rachid KHAZAZ gnomed:
I am using Java Desktop System under Solaris and I would JDS to launch a
defined program each time I log in. In which script should i add my
program path ?
Hi, the best way to define your PATH environment variable is by
sourcing the corresponding profile script in ~/.xinitrc.
For example you may put this line in your ~/.xinitrc:
before exec gnome-session.
Or (if your profile script is a bash profile):
Note that in order to be able to *source* a profile script (defining
between the other things the PATH), the .xinitrc need to be written in
the same profile script language, for example it has to be a bash
Not sure about how does JDS work though, also not sure that was the
question you was asking for, maybe you meant to ask instead "how can I
execute a certain script every time gnome starts?".
Ooops, you replied personally (for the future, it is a good netiquette
rule always to reply publicly, in this way more people can share the
The question to the second question is: in my system (gnome 2.18),
look at System -> Preferences -> Sessions -> Startup Programs, or if
you're a command line bigot have a look at:
when you can manually add/delete such scripts.
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