On Sunday 15 February 2009 14:35:05 Timothy Murphy wrote: > I have created an item in my Favorites menu > to connect me to a remote computer, "alfred". > I created it with the Menu Editor > (accessed by right-clicking on the f-icon). > > The command reads, "/usr/bin/ssh -Y alfred". > I have set it up to open in Desktop 3. > This works fine, except that when I re-boot > I get a konsole window on the local computer in Desktop 3. > I have to close this, and press the button in Favorites again. > > Is there any way I can modify the above command > so that I am connected on re-boot to the remove computer, > assuming of course that it is available? > I don't know, but I'm looking forward to hearing from someone who does. > Incidentally, I see that the option "Enable launch feedback" > is checked for this item in the Menu Editor. > What exactly does this option mean? > Launch feedback is te 'busy cursor', bouncing cursor, or whatever you chose. > > Ps KNode seems a little shaky in KDE-4.2 . > I tried to send this posting a few minutes ago, > and it had the effect of crashing KNode. There's been a lot of talk about this today. Apparently a bug has crept in and is being investigated. Anne
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