I want to add Gnome-Do to my startup applications in Lubuntu 10.04 and the only reference I've found on the net is to edit /etc/xdg/lxsession/LXDE/autostart. But surely there must be a way to do this on a user basis?
Add a .desktop file to your ~/.config/autostart directory (create one if not available) with 3 lines saying : [Desktop Entry]
If the program you want to start has a
*.desktop file, then simply copy or symlink it into the
Otherwise, for commands in general,
"For per-user autostart, use the
It has the same format as
Preferences > Desktop Session Settings
From here you can add or remove startup programs.
In case you don't like editing *.desktop files manually or the app you need does not have a *.desktop file in
/usr/share/applications you could simply open
pcmanfm, right-click on white space and select Create New -> Shortcut and fill in the
Command field with whatever you need.