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  1. #1

    starting mozilla on logon

    Hi, I've created a user and edited the bash_profile so that when they login, this particular user goes straight to X
    What I would like to do now is get mozilla to fire up once X has come up.
    I've added a mod on mozilla so that it becomes a kiosk style browser from:
    I added a new button on the panel to launch mozilla and when this is done, the kiosk brower starts.
    So, what I would like to do is get this to start on X login. How do I go about it?

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    Linux Engineer Giro's Avatar
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    Jul 2003
    You should edit .Xsession TBH ive never need to do it so i cant really help anymore.

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    thanks for the reply - I've been looking around the kiosk project site a little more and noticed that they mention using twm kiosk manager to be able to do this.:
    and also
    there was a final page I read about editing xsession for that user which I tried to do by editing the inittab:
    but when testing I just ogt a message about it spwaning too fast.
    I guess I'll keep on cracking at it.
    Do you know if you can run twm with Redhat window manager - I installed gnome. Shouldn't be any problems should there? (haha)

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