where are start up settings on KDE Never mind i found them
Never mind i found them thank you
Settings/components/service manager and sessions manager
Can someone please tell me where i can shut off certain programs
that start up automaticly using KDE on Solaris express.
Actually i just found that but want to stop compiz from starting up on every boot
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Last edited by whispersGhost; 12th June 2008 at 01:47 PM.
the default per user is ~/.kde
~/.kde/Autostart is what kicks off autostarting programs when the user logs into a KDE Session, KDE does have what they call 'session management' which is why you can have Amarok and such things running when you log out, then be greeted with it on next boot.
(depending on settings).
The issue of it using compiz is with how KDE figures out what WM to run, exactly how this is done can very a bit with a given installation (Fedora comes to mind although I've never used it).
If your using KDM (the kde login manager) to login rather then some thing else (GDM, XDM; gnome/x11 login managers) you can look at it's files in `kde-config --prefix`/config/kdm/ if memory serves.
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