Joined: July 2005
||Posted: April 04 2007,22:21
|Quote (Felson @ April 04 2007,17:58)|
works for 90% of what you will want.
Failing that, you can use
If it is something you need to start after X starts.
Thanks for your reply, that was fast!
I have been messing with the bootlocal.sh file but have only managed to get text to appear at boot which isn't much use!
What is the syntax/command for getting something to run and how do you find out what file to invoke in order to make it run at all?
If I right click on the icon I use on the desktop to run the VNC server it tells me the command is '/usr.local/bin/vnc4x0.sh' but even if I run that from the treminal it doesn't work!
Do I need to put 'start' or something along with it somwhere?
I have also tried .xinitrc but with the same results!
I am learning Linux commands slowly but surely, but don't yet have the needed knowledge to do what I want to!
Thanks for your help, Peter
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