Stopping an application from being started at KDE-login
ojkastl at gmx.de
Thu May 17 11:25:32 BST 2007
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On 05/15/2007 07:32 PM kitts wrote:
> 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?
I was hoping this would work with the builtin EXCLUDE, but it seems
that this is very limited.
So maybe I'll really have to workaround somehow. ;-(
`Fred and George tried to get me to make one when I was about five.´
[...] `Only time I've ever seen Dad as angry as Mum. Fred reckons his
left buttock has never been the same since.´ (Harry Potter 6)
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