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Are you manually loading applications each time you turn on your computer? Wouldn’t you rather have them automatically load instead? Here’s how to auto-start applications in Linux.
Starting Applications at boot in Linux is fairly easy to do but the methods change depending on the distro and desktop environment you’re using. This article is will show you how to do it on all of the main environments of Linux. The following sets of instructions are not all going to be relevant to everyone so please scroll to the portion that is most relevant to your system. The sets of instructions include: Unity (Ubuntu), Cinnamon (Linux Mint), GNOME, KDE, MATE, LXDE, XFCE, Moksha (Bodhi Linux), Budgie (Solus), and Pantheon (elementaryOS) . . .
November 4th, 2015 by Michael Tunnell