[KDE/Mac] automate launchctl load on startup?
jonas.baehr at web.de
Sat Nov 14 10:15:05 CET 2009
Am 13.11.2009 um 18:44 schrieb Richard DeLaurell:
> I have a couple of questions and I'm hoping this is the correct list
> to post these:
> I had trouble running kdebase4 (macports pkg name) applications for
> awhile (mainly, konsole and konqueror), but running
> sudo launchctl load -w /Library/LaunchDaemons/org.freedesktop.dbus-
> launchctl load -w /Library/LaunchAgents/org.freedesktop.dbus-
> seems to fix that problem.
> My first question: is there any way to automate this? I run these
> programs from my dock on the os x desktop and would rather not have
> to open the terminal just to run the "launchctl" commands.
Normally you only have to do this once. The -w switch should remove
the disabled-flag in the plist file. This means that the system bus is
started automatically on startup (as any launch daemon) and the
session bus is started once you login (launch agens are session
based). As you're running Leopard, you could even enable on-demand
loading of the session bus. Just edit the plist file (on-demand
loading is broken in Tiger, so it's disabled by default)
> My second question: is there a port of the main kde4 environment
> which will run from the mac desktop, or from the mac X11 environment?
> My apologies if these questions are too basic, but I am fairly new
> to all of this.
> Thanks for any help.
> MacBook Pro, Core2Duo, 4g, OS X 10.5.8, MacPorts 1.8.1
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