Re: [kde-linux] Execute at login for KDE only
- Date: Tue, 25 Sep 2012 16:48:12 -0500
- From: Dale <rdalek1967@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [kde-linux] Execute at login for KDE only
Mark Knecht wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 25, 2012 at 9:49 AM, Dale <rdalek1967@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Mark Knecht wrote:
>>> If I wanted to run xset when only when logging into KDE, but not
>>> for other environments like razor or fluxbox, how would I do that?
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>> I think this is what you want. Go into System Settings then at the
>> bottom click on Startup and Shutdown. Autostart should be highlighted
>> on the left and you can add scripts and such from there.
>> I'm on Gentoo Linux and KDE 4.9.1. When I last had to use this, I had
>> one that ran a xset command on login then reset it when logging out with
>> another script.
> Thanks Dale. That seemed to have worked. Now after logging into KDE I
> have DPMS disabled which makes watching long videos while I'm working
> on another machine nice.
> I don't see how to undo this command on log out (i.e. - xset +dpms)
> but at least for now it's manageable.
I just set the logout script to something like 5 minutes or something.
I just put it to something reasonable for when I am logged out, which I
think was the defaults anyway. If you want, when you reboot next time,
see what it is set at and put that in the script. Just sort of undo
whatever you did basically.
It is nice to watch a movie and not see the screen saver pop up or to
have the monitor go off. Both will make you have to go poke the mouse
or keyboard. :/
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