On Fri, 12 Oct 2012 09:10:44 -0300
José Romildo Malaquias <j.romildo@...> wrote:
> I am experimenting E17 and there is something I do not know how to do.
> I want to run the command
> xset b 10 440 5
> when E starts up. To achieve that I have written a shell script that
> runs the command, and I went to the "Startup Application" dialog in
> "Setup" and tried to add the shell script.
> The problem is that the dialog lists a set of available applications
> and I did not find a way to add new applications to the list.
> Any clues?
You have to make your script visible to the menu system. Pull up
"Settings => Apps => Personal Application Launchers" and click on
"Add". A window will pop up and you can enter the data about your
script there. Once that's done, your script will appear in the
"Applications" tab of the "Startup Applications" window.
"A proper sauté pan should cause serious head injury if brought down
hard against someone's skull. If you have any doubts about which
will dent -- the victim's head or your pan -- then throw that pan
right in the trash." -- Anthony Bourdain, _Kitchen Confidential_