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Re: GNOME startup, -before- desktop



It automatically mounts a drive that contains my Desktop directory.
Hence, I need it to work before nautilus does.

It specifically is a per-user mount, so I can't have it globally
automount at computer startup.



On Tue, Aug 18, 2009 at 11:41 AM, Mike Martin<redtux1 googlemail com> wrote:
> 2009/8/18 Jud Craft <craftjml gmail com>:
>> I would like to run a script at login, but before gnome-panel and
>> nautilus-desktop are launched (after gnome-session is okay, of
>> course).
>>
>> Is there a place in the login/startup process that I can do this?
>> With Gnome's "Startup Applications", a script is not guaranteed to be
>> executed before the rest of the desktop.
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> What is the script going to do and what is it dependent on?
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