Ok, I did some research but I'm a little weary.
I hear you can add scritps to
in this manner:
I dont know if I want to try
Would that work? I'm also tryign to start a couple other things...like music! I know that works though
I found a couple other folders designated to autostart, but I think the above id ideal?
PS, nader, putting quotes around something doesn't make it autostart. chkconfig is used to autostart services like web, ftp, mail etc on startup. I was hopping there was another command that would let me run standard scripts instead of actual services. Config files are starting to look more and more familiar to me though. So I'll just stick w/ what I've found so far.
Anybody know anything about autostarting apps? If I add a line after the script will KDE boot properly? I highly dobt a little syntax error on that level in the OS could really kill my computer but "rm -rf" has happeend to me in the past so I'm very skeptical when I dont know what I'm doing.
Of course, I never reboot my computer (it is
Linux, right?) but it would still be cool. If somebody can confirm the above would work, I'm going to make XMMS start playing on boot. It would be the coolest rig I've ever put together.