OpenSUSE :: Execute A Batch Automatically Upon Startup Under KDE?

Mar 13, 2011

Skype works for me, but there is a small thing i like to solve.
For the x64 version i need to start skype with a bash command so that the video and sound works and i thougth that a simple batch in folder bin would solve it.
So that it gets executed automatically once the desktop loads. Seems it doesn't since i still have to do it manually.
How do i execute a batch automatically upon startup under KDE?

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Feb 17, 2011

I'm looking to, all in the course of one batch file:

ssh into a remote computer execute commands (per the batch file) on the remote host.

What options do I need to add to the ssh invocation so that the batch file executes the lines following the ssh invocation over the connection?

e.g., with sftp it's simply adding a -b /dev/stdin and then << EOF at the end; how do I do this with SSH?

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Mar 31, 2010

I have create a script to start a server(my first question). Now I want it to run on the system boot and start the defined server. What should I do to get this done? My findings tell me put this file in /etc/init.d location and it will execute when the system will boot. But I am not able to understand how the first argument on the startup will be start? Is this predefined somewhere to use start as $1? If I want to have a case startall that will start all the servers in the script, then what are the options I can manage.

My Script is like this:

case "$1" in


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Jul 9, 2010

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Aug 22, 2010

I'm connected to the internet using a wireless router. Each time I boot, I have to grant root privileges and type in a shell: iwconfig wlan0 essid linksys key dhclient wlan0 Isn't there a file(or location) that I can modify to automatically grant root privileges and execute these commands when debian starts? Something like autoexec.bat in windows.

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IEEE 802.11bg  ESSID:"linksys"
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Encryption key***********
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I added a 1TB USB drive to a Red Hat 5.3 system. I added the following line to the /etc/fstab to automount the drive at startup.If I manually the mount the drive (mount /mnt/external), I can access and read/write to the external USB drive without any issues. My problem is that during the startup process after a reboot, the drive is not being mounted automatically.

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My wireless in fresh Squeeze install would not connect automatically. I have to click on the network manager and enter the root password to connect every time I start up. I have "Enable Networking" and "Enable Wireless" checked in the Network Manager.

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