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    I just installed Mint and set TorGuard to be one of my startup applications so I never forget to start it up. However, whenever starting TorGuard I am prompted to enter a password for authentication. How do I go about removing that prompt for just TorGuard so it can automatically start in its entirety on boot up?

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    show us the content of the desktop file used to autostart it.

    do you autologin? it might be enough to enter your password once during log in.

    you shouldn't remove that step. it's safer, and tor is all about safety innit.
    nevertheless, it should be possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ckratz View Post
    How do I go about removing that prompt for just TorGuard so it can automatically start in its entirety on boot up?
    Greetings

    Have you looked at the howto's in the torguard knowledge base (eg. like this)?
    Respectfully... Sarlac II
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