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    Startup/shutdown commands and startup location

    What do these options do? How do I configure them? What kind of possibilities are there with these options? I'm not really sure I understand them, and I'd like to get a better feel for them. Thanks guys!

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    It's like the startup folder in windows... It was mainly added for when you are running as shell you might need to start certain applications for devices, so you would add them as startup commands...

    I went ahead and added startup, shutdown, hibernate/standy, and resume in case for example you wanted some program to do something every time you cut your ignition and your system hibernated...

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    Quote Originally Posted by veetid
    It's like the startup folder in windows... It was mainly added for when you are running as shell you might need to start certain applications for devices, so you would add them as startup commands...

    I went ahead and added startup, shutdown, hibernate/standy, and resume in case for example you wanted some program to do something every time you cut your ignition and your system hibernated...

    david
    Thanks David! That makes alot more sense.

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