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    12.04 LTS no edit startup

    I remember beforehand, I was able to edit what occurs during startup on my computer

    I have no way of getting to that now.
    I run Gnome 3
    I used to go to the activities bar on the top left and type in startup and there used to be something there.

    Any suggestions?

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    Re: 12.04 LTS no edit startup

    If you click the 'Dash Home' button on the top of the Unity sidebar (it is the Ubuntu symbol) and then type in 'Startup Applications,' you should be able to configure which programs launch at startup.

    Good luck!
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    Re: 12.04 LTS no edit startup

    Quote Originally Posted by Carpentr View Post
    If you click the 'Dash Home' button on the top of the Unity sidebar (it is the Ubuntu symbol) and then type in 'Startup Applications,' you should be able to configure which programs launch at startup.

    Good luck!
    Not there.
    I know where it is, I used to have it. I just reformatted and it's not there anymore =/

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    Re: 12.04 LTS no edit startup

    In a terminal

    Code:
    gnome-session-properties
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    Re: 12.04 LTS no edit startup

    Quote Originally Posted by carl4926 View Post
    In a terminal

    Code:
    gnome-session-properties
    I ******* love you!
    Is there anywhere to get it back in my actives bar tho?

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    Re: 12.04 LTS no edit startup

    Quote Originally Posted by Dgameman1 View Post
    I ******* love you!
    Is there anywhere to get it back in my actives bar tho?
    No, not that I know of.
    But the gnome desktop is changing rapidly and there are lots of extensions - I just don't really use any.
    I think Clem over at Mint has build many in to give the old user experience back
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