Start an application in window environment at boot time

Start an application in window environment at boot time

Post by Franck Gauthie » Thu, 10 May 2001 01:10:12


I have the following problem:
I need to have my application started at boot time.
The problem is that my application is requiring a window environment
such as CDE.
What is the best way to do this if it is possible?



1. Starting "X" applications at boot time

I've got a Solaris 2.6/SPARC "X" application that I want to have started
automatically when I reboot, but can't seem to convince the system to
an X server and attach a client application during the boot cycle, yet still
a user to log in (and use the same X server).

This is a "locked office" application, so I get to ignore the security
of what I'm doing.

Pointers or suggestions would be appreciated!

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