Stopping an application from being started at KDE-login

kitts kitts.mailinglists at
Tue May 15 18:32:56 BST 2007

On Saturday 12 May 2007 9:41:38 pm Johannes Kastl wrote:
> > As was suggested by others, you can exclude konsole/kstart and then use
> > a script in your Autostart folder for the instances you _do_ want
> > started, excluding the one that starts xmms.
> I could And I could work with saved sessions.
> But that way I would not have "dynamic" sessions, but always the same.
> And that is what I do not want.
> So I am just looking for a way to exclude *this* *one* konsole/kstart
> from getting started.
> Sorry if this is looking ungrateful, but that is the way I would prefer.

You could write a script that would killall xmms and execute that at startup? 
If timing is an issue such that the script executes before xmms, then your 
script can be written to execute the killall command say, every 10 seconds 
for a total of 10 times?
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