Nash. said something about Re: Restore Session:
>> >> My son's first game was rained out today, so he asked if he could play
>> >> Ages
>> >> of Empires II. I said yes, so he rebooted into Windows. I just rebooted
>> >> back into Linux and up comes my shell, Knode, Kmail, and several web pages
>> >> just where I left them. I love restore session. Takes a tad longer to
>> >> finish loading KDE, but well worth it.
>> > There was a startup group in Windows back when I was on it. It was handy for
>> > starting up those frequently-used programs.
>> > But restore session works a lot better in that it returns you to the
>> > programs you were using at the moment you signed off. And with some
>> > programs, it'll even return you to the file you were working on.
>> > One of those small things I like about Linux.
>> Sounds like a poor mans "hibernate" to me. With Windows, I can hibernate
>> my session and have it restored *EXACTLY* the way it was, including all
>> open documents (saved or not), even things that were in the middle of a
>> long calculation begin right where they left off.
> Can you login with another account without losing your session?
when hibernating, the system is powered off - when it comes back on,
it's in exactly the same state as before (actually, hopefully the clock
has changed to the current time :DA) - this is fairly OS-independent,
assuming decent hardware.
wh33, y1p33 3tc.