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Fri Feb 18 20:38:54 CET 2011
2011/2/18 Al Bogner <xfce at ml093.pinguin.uni.cc>
> My notebook is automatically connected with Netmwork-Manager. The
> VoIP-app is started automatically too. It takes a few seconds until an
> internet connection is available, so a stun-server cannot be found
> immediately. How can I do a delay at startup with the voip-app?
There might be a better solution but this should work.
Create a shell script like this (remember to make it executeable):
(sleep 10s && commandtorun) &
Then in the Xfce Setting Manager select Session and Startup. Add a new
startup application by clicking on the add button. Give it a name and
a description. In the command box enter the full path to the script.
Now the given command will be run after the defined delay everytime
you log in.
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