If you are using KDE 3.5.X just exit the session with no apps launched and
login again, if you are using another DE I have not idea. It's too a good
idea to check the ./kde/Autostart directory.
2008/2/15, KUDA DUBE <kudakwashe.dube at student.dit.ie>:
>> I've been using Debian Etch on IBM ThinkPad T40 for 6 months now. One
> day I was working with battery removed and power was switched off. Now
> my problem is that all the applications that were running when the power
> was switched off are being launched every time I login. I don't know how
> to stop this! Any pointers to how I can stop them from being launched?
> KUDA DUBE <kd.gnu.linux at gmail.com>
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