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    When i start my computer,some application start too. I want disable it, please help me

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    are we about to start taking out our magic beans and just guess what is your OS, what is the application etc?

    Seriously. Did you really think we will KNOW what are you talking about... Although, I would *guess* that is an X session save, you just need to logout normally once for it to disappear (if my guess is correct).

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    Please refer to some basic linux forums. This has nothing to do with questions about Backtrack itself.

    The best would be to go with a beginner friendly distribution.
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    just to cover all bases... start > run > msconfig.exe then goto startup....

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    Quote Originally Posted by laffing_man View Post
    just to cover all bases... start > run > msconfig.exe then goto startup....
    Um this is not windows buddy.

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    just a shot in the dark but i think he doesnt want applications to open up that were open when he last shutdown/rebooted his pc.
    Until they become conscious they will never rebel, and until after they have rebelled they cannot become conscious...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pureh@te View Post
    Um this is not windows buddy.
    I know, since the other two posters had the linux stuff taken care of.. you also never know when it comes to some of the people that post on here....

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    try:

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    apt-get install sysvconfig
    Then execute it, and the rest is pretty straight forward.

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    does anyone understand what the OP is saying? if not then i think randomly posting suggestions on what to do a stupid idea and that this thread is a waste of space.
    Until they become conscious they will never rebel, and until after they have rebelled they cannot become conscious...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuspectZero View Post
    does anyone understand what the OP is saying? if not then i think randomly posting suggestions on what to do a stupid idea and that this thread is a waste of space.
    I believe my suggest is the closest thing to on topic... When other people are talking about windows.

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