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Establishing startup order for programs ??


How do I change the order in which programs start at login for various
programs that are in the Startup Programs tab of my Sessions folder?

This is not a crucial question for me -- more in the line of "Enquiring
minds want to know".

For example:
For reasons of neatness and order only, I would like to start
xchat-gnome (the front end) at the same time, or just before or just
after, Evolution.  Presently xchat-gnome is the first program to start
while Evolution is the last even though xchat does not make its internet
connection until all other startups are completed and Evolution has
fetched the latest mail.  Obviously, xchat-gnome can't do anything until
the network connections are made.  I would like to set the xchat-gnome
gui to start at about the same time it is about to make its automatic
network and channel connections.

'Sessions' used to have a tab in which you could use 'nice' as a timing

I have looked in init.d and various rc.ds for a clue but no luck. 

Regards Bill
Fedora 10, Gnome 2.24.3
Evo.2.24.3, Emacs 22.2.1

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