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albumns
10-Nov-2014, 21:30
Hello:

I am running SLED 12 and I only find "add startup software" in "settings-->Tweak tool". I am just wondering, how can we add startup command line?

BTW, is it possible to change the theme? I could hardly to find this option.

thanks a lot

Albert

mikewillis
10-Nov-2014, 22:47
I am running SLED 12 and I only find "add startup software" in "settings-->Tweak tool". I am just wondering, how can we add startup command line?

I'm afraid I do not understand what you mean by 'startup command line'. Can you tell us more about what you want to achieve?



BTW, is it possible to change the theme? I could hardly to find this option.

Tweak-Tool > Appearance. You will get more choices if you install the package gnome-themes.

malcolmlewis
10-Nov-2014, 23:36
On Mon 10 Nov 2014 09:54:01 PM CST, mikewillis wrote:


albumns;24780 Wrote:
>
> I am running SLED 12 and I only find "add startup software" in
> "settings-->Tweak tool". I am just wondering, how can we add startup
> command line?
>
I'm afraid I do not understand what you mean by 'startup command line'.
Can you tell us more about what you want to achieve?


Hi
Create a desktop file and drop it in ~/.config/autostart the desktop
file can call a script or what every is required...

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