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    How can I auto perform auto commands like " /etc/init.d/wicd start" "startx" etc when I log in ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by athacks View Post
    How can I auto perform auto commands like " /etc/init.d/wicd start" "startx" etc when I log in ?
    you could of used the search button , and searched for "Auto Login"

    But im'a cool guy so here you go.. but next time search 1st.

    # nano /root/.bash_profile
    type:
    start-network
    startx

    etc..
    ctrl+x
    Y
    enter
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    if not logged-in as Root then the mandatory commands is to use either sudo or sudo -s else none of the commands will work

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    Eheheheh, dint said auto log in, read first, already done a search, I mean when booting, no matter wich user is logged in, it will automaticaly run specified commands

    Thanks for the post tough, helps on something else
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    /etc/rc.local
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