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Thread: How to "Restore All Of Your Sessions" on BT3 like it did in BT2!!

  1. #21
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    this is how mine looks

    [$Version]
    update_info=ksmserver.upd:kde3

    [General]
    confirmLogout=true
    excludeApps=
    loginMode=restorePreviousLogout
    offerShutdown=true
    screenCount=1
    shutdownType=0

    [LegacySession: saved at previous logout]
    clientMachine1=localhost
    command1=firefox
    count=1

    [Session: saved at previous logout]
    clientId1=10627400000120095543200000185500008
    count=1
    discardCommand1=
    program1=kde-window-decorator
    restartCommand1=kde-window-decorator,-session,10627400000120095543200000185500008_120095 5482_181923
    restartStyleHint1=0
    userId1=root

  2. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by merlin051 View Post
    Hmm you have your changes set up as changes=/mnt/sdb2 where as mine is changes=/dev/sdb2. I changed mine to 'mnt' instead of dev and still having no luck with it. although kmix loads everytime on startup now along with the Kwin desktop manager.

    Mine is loading the saved ksmserverrc settings(the default ones) its just not saving any.

    ksmserverrc is the file its supposed to save them into right?

    I'm wondering if there is any read-only rights or something allocated to it....
    Yes, as far as I can tell ksmserverrc is the file that saves all the "open windows" or "sessions". Its the only file I modified to get this to work. Here is a copy of my ksmerverrc as well....


    Code:
    [$Version]
    update_info=ksmserver.upd:kde3
    
    [General]
    confirmLogout=true
    excludeApps=
    loginMode=restorePreviousLogout
    offerShutdown=true
    screenCount=1
    shutdownType=0
    
    [LegacySession: saved at previous logout]
    count=0
    
    [Session: saved at previous logout]
    clientId1=10627400000120084908200000032100000
    clientId2=10627400000120084932400000032100013
    clientId3=10627400000120086363600000032440008
    clientId4=10627400000120092929900000032200007
    count=4
    discardCommand1=rm,$HOME/.kde/share/config/session/kwin_10627400000120084908200000032100000_1200930654_572235
    discardCommand2=rm,$HOME/.kde/share/config/session/konsole_10627400000120084932400000032100013_1200930654_497543
    discardCommand3=rm,$HOME/.kde/share/config/session/kmix_10627400000120086363600000032440008_1200930654_497782
    discardCommand4=rm,$HOME/.kde/share/config/session/konqueror_10627400000120092929900000032200007_1200930654_498183
    program1=kwin
    program2=konsole
    program3=kmix
    program4=konqueror
    restartCommand1=kwin,-session,10627400000120084908200000032100000_1200930654_572235
    restartCommand2=konsole,-session,10627400000120084932400000032100013_1200930654_497543,-name,Qt-subapplication,--ls
    restartCommand3=kmix,-session,10627400000120086363600000032440008_1200930654_497782
    restartCommand4=konqueror,-session,10627400000120092929900000032200007_1200930654_498183
    restartStyleHint1=0
    restartStyleHint2=0
    restartStyleHint3=0
    restartStyleHint4=0
    userId1=root
    userId2=root
    userId3=root
    userId4=root
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  3. #23
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    A simpler solution would be do go into Control Center, and then into KDE Components, then Session Manager, choose Restore Previous session

    Tested this on my Eeepc with BT3.

    Hope this helps.

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