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Old 2008-02-17, 15:48   #15
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Hmm...drats. I was hoping it would work.

If you were using regular Ubuntu rather than Kubuntu, I would suggest you use the "Sessions" tool to define LLRnet as a startup program--but I think that's only a GNOME feature and as such you wouldn't have it in Kubuntu (or any other KDE distro, for that matter).

There's one other way, I think, which requires doing something with the init.d scripts that manage the startup of the system--I'll have to read up on it before I can post instructions here.
it work ... but i don't know what i've done ...

i tried a lot of stuf and finally it worked ... with your "way to do" ...
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