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Start beryl automatically


KDE:


There are two ways to start beryl in KDE:

A: Just activate beryl-manager for a specific user:

echo "
[Desktop Entry]
Encoding=UTF-8
Exec=beryl-manager
GenericName[en_EN]=
StartupNotify=false
Terminal=false
TerminalOptions=
Type=Application
X-KDE-autostart-after=kdesktop"
> ${HOME}/.kde/Autostart/beryl.desktop


B: It is also possible to create beryl.desktop in

/usr/share/autostart to enable beryl-manager for all KDE-Users

Gnome:


Just start your gnome-session and run

gnome-session-properties

and add beryl-manager.

xfce4?(>=4.3.99):


xfce4-autostart-editor


Simply add beryl-manger as entry.

Possible ways to solve problems:


If beryl-manager fails to start you might want to try to delete its configuration:

rm -rf ${HOME}/.beryl*


If xfce4? still starts compiz, you could try to move gconf out of the way by doing:

rm -rf ${HOME}/.gconf*


Important: The configuration-files are going to be remove without any warnings!

Links:


Also have a look at Tastenkombinationen in Beryl (German)
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