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rahul soni

Joined: Aug 22, 2005
Posts: 24
hi this rahul
I using Linux 9.0 working well. But some month a go I Open one App, "ProjManager" at that time 2 Applications r already opened, now after it
whenever i starting PC,3 application is automatically is opening

how i overcome this problem

who i set user privileges in Linux
my PC is single user system but i created user in it.
Bhopal Singh

Joined: Jul 21, 2005
Posts: 11
Hi Rahul,

For I:

Each Linux distribution has got one Desktop Environment and a related Session manager with it. So, you must be having Gnome as the Desktop Environment in RH Linux 9.0 by default.
Ther you have a utility called "Session Preferences". That utility saves your session at the time of logout and will restart those session at the time of login. So, you do not want any application to start at your login start up, go to "Session Preferences" and remove all the entries in the "Current Session" tab.

For II:

I really did not understood your question!!!

I hope it helps!
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