multiple 'comiz' entries in ~/.gnome2/session ... ?!
lordmorgul at gmail.com
Mon Mar 17 08:00:22 UTC 2008
Andrew Farris wrote:
> I would guess that taking longer to start up could really be caused by
> starting compiz over and over, each replacing the last due to --replace.
Eh, correction. Because there are multiple entries compiz is trying to start
over and over... because it does not have --replace in the entry it fails to
start (does not replace your current running compiz, the first one in the
session file). Each entry causes compiz to start, fail, and quit. You only
need one, but it should have --replace on the command line.
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