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Manual Reference Pages  -  MATE-SESSION-PROPERTIES (1)

NAME

mate-session-properties - Configure applications to start on login.

CONTENTS

     This Manual page was originally written for gnome-session by:
     It has been updated for the MATE Desktop Environment by:
     Further information may also be available at: http://wiki.mate-desktop.org/docs

SYNOPSIS

mate-session-properties

DESCRIPTION

The mate-session-properties program enables the users to configure what applications should be started on login, in addition to the default startup applications configured on the system.

It also proposes an interface to save a snapshot of the currently running applications so that they can automatically be restored to their current state on your next MATE session.

OPTIONS

--display=DISPLAY
  X display to use.
--version
  Output version information and exit.
-?, -h, --help
  Print standard command line options.
--help-all
  Print all command line options.

BUGS

    Should you encounter any bugs, they may be reported at:

http://github.com/mate-desktop/mate-session/issues

AUTHORS

    This Manual page was originally written for gnome-session by:

Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org> (2009-2010)

    It has been updated for the MATE Desktop Environment by:

Adam Erdman <hekel@archlinux.info> (2014)

SEE ALSO

    Further information may also be available at: http://wiki.mate-desktop.org/docs

mate-session(1), mate-session-save(1), mate-wm(1)

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MATE Desktop Environment MATE-SESSION-PROPERTIES (1) 11 February 2014

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