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RHEL 6 Desktop - Starting Applications on Login

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Configuring Desktop Startup Programs
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The programs that get started when a user logs in are configured via the Startup Applications Preferences dialog. This dialog is accessed from the ''System -> Preferences -> Startup Applications'' menu. When first loaded, the dialog displays the Startup Applications Preferences panel which lists the programs that are to be started when a user logs into a desktop session:
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[[Image:rhel6_startup_application.jpg|RHEL 6 desktop startup applications]]
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