[kde-linux] How NOT to save environment when exiting

Bogus Zaba bogzab at blueyonder.co.uk
Thu Oct 27 22:33:25 UTC 2005

Eric Bouyoux wrote:

>It seems that each time I log out from KDE, the environment (windows, 
>applications ...) is saved. How can I prevent KDE to save all this each 
>time I exit ? For example, in Gnome, there is a "save session" button I 
>can set or not when I logout.
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On my system (Suse 9.2, KDE 3.4.2) the following will work : Control 
Centre > KDE Components > Session Manager. There you have three choices 
for "on login" : restore previous session; restore manually saved 
session; start with empty session. If you pick the middle one, then an 
additional item appears in the K-Menu called "Save session". Click on 
this and your session as saved here will be restored when you re-start.

Bogus Z

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