Re: Mysterious autostart behaviour

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On 07/06/2021 19:11, Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
On Mon, 2021-06-07 at 18:17 +0800, Ed Greshko wrote:
I would also use
     to look
for stray entries or should I say entries that have been
I'll have to read that attentively.
You may also want to check out "man systemd-xdg-autostart-
I'll look at that.

Also, you may want to do another "test".  Going to "System Settings"
and "Startup and Shutdown" then
in Desktop Session enter ktorrent in "Don't restore these
I did that, logged out and in, and it made no difference.
Then I ran Save Session, logged out and in, and now it seems to have
worked, touch wood.

This appears to have been caused by cruft left over from some session
many years ago, however it's disconcerting that no amount of searching
could tell me where it was being registered (I had previously run
'find' on both .local and .config without turning up anything useful).

I'd report it as a bug but I doubt it's easily reproducible.

Thanks (again) for your help Ed.


And one more thing as my brain seems to have turned on.  When the GUI of ktorrent is "closed"
from the "x" in the top right corner ktorrent continues to run in the background.  If you "quit" from
the menu it won't.

Could be that the background process was the cause of some of the issue?

Remind me to ignore comments which aren't germane to the thread.
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